You know Nurofen – it's a household name for a reason. Their ibuprofen-based products, such as Nurofen express, Nurofen Plus, and Nurofen for kids, are effective and fast-acting. At medino, you can find a variety of Nurofen products, from everyday pain relief tablets for mild headaches, aches, period pains, and flu symptoms, to stronger Nurofen Max tablets that can be prescribed by our pharmacist. We even have options specifically designed for children's pain relief, so if your little one is feeling under the weather or is teething, Nurofen has a solution. Plus, with next day delivery options available at medino, relief is just a few clicks away.
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What is Nurofen used for?
Nurofen is a brand of over-the-counter pain medication that is used to relieve headaches, muscle aches, and other types of pain. It contains ibuprofen, an anti-inflammatory drug that helps to reduce inflammation and pain.
Are there any side effects of taking Nurofen?
A: As with any medication, there is a risk of side effects when taking Nurofen. The most common side effects are stomach upset, nausea, and heartburn. However, these are generally mild. If you experience any serious side effects, stop taking Nurofen and contact your healthcare provider immediately.
Is Nurofen safe for children?
A: Nurofen has a range of products specifically designed for children, such as Nurofen for kids, that can be used to relieve pain in children. However, as with any medication, it's important to follow the recommended dosage on the package and consult with a healthcare provider before giving Nurofen to a child.
How long does it take for Nurofen to work?
A: Nurofen usually starts to work within 20-30 minutes of taking it. The duration of effect can vary depending on the individual and the type of pain being treated.
Can I drink alcohol while taking Nurofen?
A: It's not recommended to consume alcohol while taking Nurofen or any other NSAIDs, as it can cause stomach irritation. It's always best to check with your healthcare provider before taking any medication and consuming alcohol