Ibuprofen

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    medicine name: Ibuprofen
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    Generic name: Ibuprofen
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    Medication Shape: Topical gel
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    Packing: Tube of 60 g.
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    Pharmaceutical group: Pain killer

Indications:

Ibuprofen Gel is a pain relieving gel to be applied to the skin. It is used for the relief of
Rheumatic pain (pain caused by problems with muscles tendons joints or bones)
Muscular aches and pains
Pain from strains and sprains
Backache
Lumbago (lower back pain)
Fibrositis (muscle tenderness or stiffness)

Method of Use:

Adults and children over 12 years old:
Always try on a small area first.
Use 1-4cm each time you use Ibuprofen Gel.
Apply the gel as a thin layer over the affected area.
Gently rub in the gel until it is absorbed.
Do not use more gel than recommended.
Repeat these steps up to 3 times a day but no more. Do not use more often than every 4 hours. If the pain or swelling continues after using the gel for 2 weeks see your doctor.
Unless you are treating your hands always wash your hands immediately after use.
Replace the cap tightly.
Stop using Ibuprofen Gel if you get excessive skin irritation or other unwanted effects.
Do not cover the skin with bandages, plasters or any other dressing. However, it is safe to cover the skin with your clothes.

prohibited usage:

Hypersensitivity to ibuprofen, aspirin or similar medicines (e.g NSAIDs) or any of the other ingredients in this gel.
If you are asthmatic, or suffer from rhinitis (allergic runny nose) or urticaria (hives).
On eyes and mucous membranes.
On broken, damaged, infected or diseased skin.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Children under 12 years.