Nurofen Quickzorb Ibuprofen Lysine 342mg 12 Caplets

What this medicine is used for:
For the temporary relief of pain and/or inflammation associated with: 
- Headache. 
- Migraine headache. 
- Tension headache. 
- Muscular pain. 
- Cold & flu symptoms. 
- Period pain. 
- Dental pain. 
- Sinus pain.
- Back pain. 
- Arthritic pain. 
- Reduces fever. 
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Swallow the tablets with a full glass of water. Take the tablets on an empty stomach (at least half an hour before food or two hours after food). They will be absorbed more quickly if you take them on an empty stomach. Adults and children from 12 years: 2 caplets, then 1 or 2 caplets every 4 to 6 hours as necessary (maximum 6 caplets in 24 hours). Children (7 to 12 years): 1 caplet every 6 to 8 hours as necessary (maximum 4 caplets in 24 hours).
(Per caplet): Ibuprofen Lysine 342mg (equiv. ibuprofen 200mg).
Do not exceed the recommended dose. Excessive use can be harmful and increase the risk of heart attack, stroke or liver damage. Do not use if: - you have a stomach ulcer, or other stomach disorders, kidney, liver or heart problems. - you are allergic to ibuprofen, aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medicines. - during the last 3 months of pregnancy. Unless a doctor has told you to, do not use: - for more than 3 days at a time. - if you have asthma. - if you are taking other medicines containing ibuprofen, aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medicines. - if you are trying to become pregnant or during the first 6 months of pregnancy. - in children suffering from chickenpox (varicella). - in children suffering from dehydration through diarrhoea and/or vomiting. - if you are taking medication regularly. - if you are aged 65 years or over. - in children under 7 years of age. Stop use and see your doctor immediately if: - you have an allergic reaction.

For the temporary relief of pain and inflammation. This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. Follow the directions for use. Incorrect use could be harmful. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.

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