Advil Pain Reliever / Fever Reducer Coated Tablet, 200mg Ibuprofen (360 ct.)
Why We Love This
Delivering relief fast for all of our headaches, muscle aches, backaches and aches and pains from the common cold, this long-lasting pain reliever is the go-to on the medicine cabinet shelf.
About this item
- #1 doctor recommendation for joint pain
- Advil tablets reduce fever fast
- Relieves aches and pains of the flu
- 360 count
- Save, effective relief that has been trusted for over 25 years
Advil® is the original round tablet that has been providing effective and safe pain relief for over 25 years, and now you can buy Advil Pain Reliever / Fever Reducer Coated Tablet, 200mg Ibuprofen (360 ct.) to help with all your symptom management needs. Whether you are looking to relieve aches and pains from cramps, muscle soreness, headaches, the common cold or the flu, you can trust these Advil pain relief tablets to deliver.
How Often Should I Take Ibuprofen?
As with any medication, you should never take more than the recommended dosage on the bottle, and frequency depends on age as well as dosage. As a broad rule of thumb, you should also only take the minimum dosage needed and should be taken with food or right after meals as well to help protect your stomach lining.
What is Advil Pain Reliever Good At Treating?
Advil Pain Reliever is a fantastic option for the management of a large variety of symptoms. It has anti-inflammatory properties that work well to deal with aches and pains due to swelling, minor injuries, muscle soreness from working out, cramps, headaches, cold symptoms and even the flu. It can also take the edge off of the fever, but if you're looking for help with a chronic condition such as arthritis, be sure to check with your doctor before using Advil Pain Reliever / Fever Reducer Coated Tablets over an extended period of time.
If It Safe To Take Acetaminophen With Advil?
The simple answer is yes, it is safe to take both of these medications together at the same time. There have been many research studies that show that ibuprofen and acetaminophen can work together to relieve pain with few side effects. The combination of Advil Pain Reliever and Tylenol are often used together for dental relief. This is because Advil and Ibuprofen tablets, in general, are broken down by the kidneys while Acetaminophen is broken down almost entirely by the liver. As individuals can have unique medical issues and needs, be sure to consult with your doctor or medical provider for details specific to you.
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