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Advil Ibuprofen Liqui-Gels - 160 CT - 160.0 CT

Personal Care & Health
Pain Relief



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INGREDIENTS

Active Ingredients (in Each Capsule) - Purpose: Solubilized Ibuprofen Equal To 200 Mg Ibuprofen (nsaid)* - Pain Reliever/fever Reducer (present As The Free Acid And Potassium Salt). *nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug. Inactive Ingredients. Fd&c Green No. 3, Gelatin, Light Mineral Oil, Pharmaceutical Ink, Polyethylene Glycol, Potassium Hydroxide, Purified Water, Sorbitan, Sorbitol.

WARNINGS

Allergy Alert: Ibuprofen May Cause A Severe Allergic Reaction, Especially In People Allergic To Aspirin. Symptoms May Include: Hives. Facial Swelling. Asthma (wheezing). Shock. Skin Reddening. Rash. Blisters. If An Allergic Reaction Occurs, Stop Use And Seek Medical Help Right Away. Stomach Bleeding Warning: This Product Contains An Nsaid, Which May Cause Severe Stomach Bleeding. The Chance Is Higher If You: Are Age 60 Or Older. Have Had Stomach Ulcers Or Bleeding Problems. Take A Blood Thinning (anticoagulant) Or Steroid Drug. Take Other Drugs Containing Prescription Or Nonprescription Nsaids [aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Or Others]. Have 3 Or More Alcoholic Drinks Every Day While Using This Product. Take More Or For A Longer Time Than Directed. Do Not Use: If You Have Ever Had An Allergic Reaction To Any Other Pain Reliever/fever Reducer. Right Before Or After Heart Surgery. Ask A Doctor Before Use If: Stomach Bleeding Warning Applies To You. You Have Problems Or Serious Side Effects From Taking Pain Relievers Or Fever Reducers. You Have A History Of Stomach Problems, Such As Heartburn. You Have High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Liver Cirrhosis, Kidney Disease, Or Asthma. You Are Taking A Diuretic. Ask A Doctor Or Pharmacist Before Use If You Are: Under A Doctor's Care For Any Serious Condition. Taking Aspirin For Heart Attack Or Stroke, Because Ibuprofen May Decrease This Benefit Of Aspirin. Taking Any Other Drug. When Using This Product: Take With Food Or Milk If Stomach Upset Occurs. The Risk Of Heart Attack Or Stroke May Increase If You Use More Than Directed Or For Longer Than Directed. Stop Use And Ask A Doctor If: You Experience Any Of The Following Signs Of Stomach Bleeding: Feel Faint. Vomit Blood. Have Bloody Or Black Stools. Have Stomach Pain That Does Not Get Better. Pain Gets Worse Or Lasts More Than 10 Days. Fever Gets Worse Or Lasts More Than 3 Days. Redness Or Swelling Is Present In The Painful Area. Any New Symptoms Appear. If Pregnant Or Breast-feeding, Ask A Health Professional Before Use. It Is Especially Important Not To Use Ibuprofen During The Last 3 Months Of Pregnancy Unless Definitely Directed To Do So By A Doctor Because It May Cause Problems In The Unborn Child Or Complications During Delivery. Keep Out Of Reach Of Children. In Case Of Overdose, Get Medical Help Or Contact A Poison Control Center Right Away. Do Not Use If Seal Under Bottle Cap Imprinted With "sealed For Your Protection" Is Broken Or Missing.

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