Ibuprofen 400mg Tablets are used to lower fever and manage general pain such as back pain, headache, dental pain and period pain and to treat colds and flu. Each tablet contains 400mg of Ibuprofen.
It is a well-tolerated non-steroid antirheumatic with a strong effect reducing fever (antipyretic), reducing pain (analgetic) and in painful conditions of non-rheumatic origin and with the anti-inflammatory effect (antiphlogistic). In patients with a rheumatic disease of joints, Ibuprofen reduces pain, morning stiffness, local symptoms of inflammation (swelling, redness), and increases joint mobility.
Application form: tablets, capsules
Indication group: analgesics, antipyretics nonsteroid antiphlogistics and antirheumatics
Each film coated tablet contains 400mg of ibuprofen.
The other ingredients are colloidal anhydrous silica, croscarmellose sodium, microcrystalline cellulose,
magnesium stearate, stearic acid, maize starch, hypromellose, talc, macrogol 400 and titanium dioxide
How to Use
Adults and children over 12 years take 1 tablet initially, then if necessary 1 tablets every 4 hours. Do not exceed 3 tablets in 24-hours.
Not suitable for children under 12 years.
Pregnancy and lactation:
During the first and second trimesters of pregnancy, it is important to consult your doctor before using the product. Avoid taking it in the final trimester of pregnancy as it poses a higher risk of complications for both you and your child. Ibuprofen and its metabolites pass into breast milk in small amounts. Although we don’t know of any adverse effects from short-term use of ibuprofen while breastfeeding, you don’t need to temporarily interrupt breastfeeding. However, if you require long-term or high-dose treatment with ibuprofen, it is recommended to stop breastfeeding. If your doctor prescribes ibuprofen for women planning to conceive or in the first and second trimesters of pregnancy, they should prescribe the lowest possible dose for the shortest possible duration. Avoid using it during the third trimester of pregnancy.