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Advil Extra Strength Liqui-Gels are a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that come in green/blue capsule shaped tablets. They are essentially the same thing as an Advil, however Advil Extra Strength Liqui-Gels are available in 400MG dosages, for more severe or intense conditions.Prostaglandins are the natural hormones in your body that create the reaction of pain, inflammation and fever. When you take Advil Extra Strength Liqui-Gels, the ibuprofen inside it works by reducing these hormones, creating relief from any pain you were prescribed for.

 

Advil Extra Strength Liqui-Gels are used for a number of conditions, which include but limited to, an intense;

Fever;

Headache;

Toothache;

Back pain;

Arthritis;

Menstrual cramps;

Injury (sprains, strains);

Painful swollen joints;

Following surgery and/or;

Dental pain.

 

Take with or without food. Take with food at following dose if it causes an upset stomach the first time.

Take with a full glass of water.

Swallow whole. Do not chew, break, or crush.

Always follow directions given by your doctor.

Heart failure, heart attack, and heart related death is raised in people who take drugs similar to this.

This medication can raise blood pressure.

Conception may be harder to achieve while taking this medication.

Tell your doctor or pharmacist if

  • You are pregnant or plan to be;
  • you plan to have surgery or;
  • you are a smoker.

Tell your doctor if you have, or have ever had;

  • heart disease or high blood pressure;
  • diabetes;
  • heart failure;
  • swelling of ankles or feet;
  • heartburn;
  • indigestion;
  • stomach ulcer or any other stomach problems;
  • bowel or intestinal problems;
  • vomiting blood or bleeding from the back passage;
  • chicken pox;
  • asthma or other difficulties with breathing or;
  • liver or kidney disease

Some side effects include:

  • Belly pain or heartburn.
  • Upset stomach or throwing up.
  • Diarrhea or constipation.
  • Gas.
  • Dizziness.

Please be aware there may be more than listed above and if you become worried about any side effects, even ones not mentioned, be sure to tell your doctor.

Can you take ibuprofen while pregnant?

Only if it suggested by your doctor. It can be used in early pregnancy but should not be used near the final stages.

Is ibuprofen (Advil) a blood thinner?

Ibuprofen does slow down the clotting of blood and is considered a blood thinner, but doesn’t actually thin out your blood.

Does ibuprofen cause blood in your urine?

In some cases it will cause blood to show in the urine. Your doctor may take you off ibuprofen if you have this side effect, but first he will rule out if it could be anything else before discontinuing.

Can you take ibuprofen with antibiotics?

Usually it is not a problem but it is safer to check with your health provider. They are able to have a drug interaction screen performed.

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