Brufen 400Mg tablet is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication use to treat pain cause by osteoarthritis, rheumatoid, cramps, muscle pain, migraine, dental pain, and other conditions. It is also employed in the treatment of moderate pain fever.
How Does It Work?
Brufen 400 tablet motrin, which inhibits the substances that trigger pain, inflammation, and redness and provides relief from joint as well as muscular pains caused by rheumatoid or other causes.
What are the Uses of Brufen Tablet?
For the dosage and duration of this medicine, according to your physician’s instructions. See everything at once. Avoid eating, smashing, or breaking it.
What are the Best Dosage of It?
Take the 15-tablet Brufen 400 dosage as directed by your physician. Based on your health condition, you are encouraged to take Brufen 400 Tablet 15’s for the whole duration that your physician has recommended it for you.
What are the Side Effects?
These are side effects of these medicine like:
- Abdominal pain
What are the Warnings & Precautions?
Avoid taking Brufen 400 Tablet if you have recently undergone heart gastric bypass.
Do not surpass the dosage or duration of Brufen 400 Tablet since doing so raises the risk of stomach ulcers and bleeding.
If you are being pregnant or nursing, consult your physician while using Brufen 400 Tablet your physician will only give you Brufen 400 Tablet if the advantages outweigh the dangers.
How to Storage Brufen 400mg?
Keep it in a sealed jar at a constant room temperature of 20 to 25 C. Keep away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry area.
What to do the Case of Missed Dosage?
Take the missed Brufen Tablet dose as soon as you remember. If your next dose is approaching, skip the missing one and resume your normal routine. Don’t increase the dosage.
What are the Overdose Symptoms?
If you think you may have take too much of this medication, call your doctor or go to the closest hospital right away.
An overdose can cause nausea, vomit, migraines, headache pain, bleed from the stomach, disorientation, and even convulsions.