Take the following amount of medicine without chewing with cold or lukewarm water. Avoid taking the medicine on an empty stomach.
|Age||One dose||Daily dose|
|15 years or over||2 tablets||Up to 3 times.
Intervals between doses should be 4 hours or longer.
|Under 15 years||Do not take.|
As shown in the figure (right), press the protruded portion of the PTP sheet with your finger to tear the aluminum foil and take out a tablet.
(If you swallow the PTP sheet by mistake, its sharp edges may perforate your esophagus, etc., resulting in serious complications.)
In 6 tablets (maximum daily dose)
|Ibuprofen||450 mg||Suppresses pain and reduces fever|
Corn starch, hydroxypropylcellulose
(If you do not follow the precautions listed below, your current symptoms may worsen and you may be at an increased risk of side effects and accidents.)
|Skin||Rashes, redness, itching, and bruises appear.|
|Digestive organs||Nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, stomach discomfort, stomachache, stomatitis, heartburn, heaviness in the stomach, gastrointestinal bleeding, abdominal pain, diarrhea, blood in stools|
|Neuropsychiatric system||Dizziness, headache|
|Respiratory system||Shortness of breath|
|Others||Blurred vision, buzzing in the ear, swelling, swelling of the eyelids, nose bleeding, bleeding of the gums, difficulty in stopping bleeding, bleeding, back pain, excess body temperature decrease, heaviness of the body|
In rare cases, serious symptoms might occur. In such a case, immediately consult a physician.
|Names of symptoms||Symptoms|
|Symptoms such as itching of the skin, urticaria, hoarseness, sneezing, itching of the throat, breathing difficulties, palpitations, and clouded consciousness will appear immediately after taking the medicine.|
|Mucocutaneous ocular syndrome (Stevens-Johnson syndrome), toxic epidermal necrolysis, acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis||Symptoms such as high fever, hyperemia of the eyes, eye discharge, ulceration of the lips, sore throat, rashes and redness of a large area of the skin, small rashes (small pustules) on reddened skin, heaviness of the whole body, and no appetite persist or suddenly worsen.|
|Hepatic function disorder||Symptoms such as fever, itching, rashes, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and white part of the eye), brown urine, heaviness of the whole body, and loss of appetite will appear.|
|Renal disorder||Symptoms such as fever, rashes, swelling of the whole body, heaviness of the whole body, joint pain (feeling pain in the joints), and diarrhea will appear.|
|Aseptic meningitis||Symptoms such as severe headache with stiffness of the neck, fever, and nausea/vomiting will appear. (These symptoms have been particularly reported in persons diagnosed with systemic lupus erythematosus or mixed connective tissue disease.)|
|Interstitial pneumonia||When you go upstairs or exert yourself too much, symptoms such as shortness of breath, breathing difficulties, dry cough, and fever will appear. They will appear suddenly and persist.|
|Asthma||Symptoms such as wheezing during breathing, and breathing difficulties will appear.|
|Hypoplastic anemia||Symptoms such as bruising, nose bleeding, bleeding gums, fever, pale skin or membranes, feeling of fatigue, palpitations, shortness of breath, feeling ill, dizziness, and blood in the urine will appear.|
|Agranulocytosis||Symptoms such as sudden high fever, chills, and sore throat will appear.|
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