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Ibuprofen is a pharmaceutical drug that is classified as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug NSAID. Some people use ibuprofen get high, or as an act of self-harm. There is no safe level of drug use. Use of any drug always carries some risk — even medications can produce unwanted side effects. NSAIDs such ibuprofen can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke in people with or without heart disease or the risk factors for heart disease. If you take more than the recommended dose, you could overdose.
Regular use of ibuprofen may eventually cause:. The effects of taking ibuprofen with other drugs, including alcohol, prescription medications and other over-the-counter medicines, are often unpredictable. Ibuprofen taken with alcohol can increase the risk of stomach irritation and discomfort. Ibuprofen can alter the effects of some blood pressure medicines and may increase the risk of bleeding if taken with medicines such as warfarin. If your use of ibuprofen is affecting your health, family, relationships, work, school, financial or other life situations, you can find help and support.
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Ibuprofen is used to treat a of conditions including: mild to moderate pain severe pain when combined with codeine fever swollen, red and tender tissues inflammation rheumatoid arthritis, back pain and gout in conjunction with physiotherapy. Ibuprofen is usually swallowed and comes in different forms including: tablets capsules suppositories soluble powders liquids. Other names Ibuprofen may also be known by its brand or trade names. Some common examples include:. Effects of ibuprofen There is no safe level of drug use. Ibuprofen affects everyone differently, based on: size, weight and health whether the person is used to taking it whether other drugs are taken around the same time the amount taken.
Side effects The most common side effects of ibuprofen are: headache dizziness drowsiness, fatigue and restless sleep thirst and sweating tingling or numbness in hands and feet ringing in the ears blurred vision and eye irritation fluid retention and ankle swelling mild allergic reaction abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, diarrhoea and constipation bladder irritation and pain, frequent urination. Overdose If you take more than the recommended dose, you could overdose. Regular use of ibuprofen may eventually cause: anaemia due to bleeding in the stomach impaired hearing kidney and liver damage bleeding in the stomach and bowels increased risk of heart attack.
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