Common Names: Advil, Motrin, Midol

What is it for?


  • mild pain

  • fever

  • headaches

  • toothaches

  • muscle pain

  • aches and pains with the cold or flu

  • anti-inflammatory for swelling

  • arthritis

  • joint pain

  • menstrual cramps

How is it administered? oral


  • Relieves mild pain, swelling, aches, and fevers

  • Inexpensive

  • few side-effects


  • Is not safe to use with some prescription medications

  • prolonged, consistent use can lead to liver and kidney issues

Danger signs:

  • blood in stool or vomit can be from kidney or liver issues, or gastrointestinal issues

  • can be dangerous for people with heart, blood pressure, digestive, and autoimmune issues

Check with your doctor before taking any medication to make sure you do not have conditions or prescriptions that will interact badly with the medicine.


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