Ibuprofen and the side effects
What is ibuprofen?
Ibuprofen is a painkiller that is used to counteract toothache, fevers as well as swelling. Ibuprofen is a non-prescriptive drug that can be purchased at any store.
Ibuprofen is most known to be a tablet but it can also be available as a capsule, liquid or a type of gel.
It usually takes between 20-30 minutes to have any effect. If applied to the skin it can take up to two days to have any effect.
What are the side effects of taking too much Ibuprofen?
If there is a high concentration of ibuprofen in the body; it can lead to vomiting, tiredness and breathing difficulties.
It is recommended by the NHS that you take the box of the of the ibuprofen with you, should you feel any of the above symptoms.
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