Motrin

MotrinBoth Motrin and its brand name product Ibuprofen are both non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs which can successfully help in treating a large range of different pains. These two pain relief drugs are very commonly available and can rapidly help in pain relief, however taking the correct dosage is paramount as it is possible to overdose on the drugs if you do not adhere to your prescribed dose.

Should you be looking for rapid relief then we invite you to have a look through this review of both Ibuprofen and Motrin, for it will help you choose a site at which to buy them from and we will also enlighten you on any possible side effects that can be experienced after taking these drugs and we also have further down this review a range of answers to some frequently asked questions.

How to Purchase Motrin

Motrin and Ibuprofen are very commonly available and used drugs for pain relief and you should not experience any problems getting hold of a supply of these drugs. You will find the majority of land based pharmacies will have stocks of these drugs available or you can purchase a supply online.

To ensure that you get delivered the real thing and not a fake copy of these drugs if you are considering purchasing them online then please ensure and check that the site you are buying them from is an approved stockist, for failure to do so could result in your ending up with a fake copy of these drugs.

The price you will pay for these drugs is going to vary depending on where you buy them from and the amount of them you order, huge savings can often be made when buying in bulk, and when doing so online you can also benefit from free delivery when ordering in bulk.

Side Effects of Motrin

There are several different side effects some common and some not so common that you could experience after taking Ibuprofen, these include but are not limited to nausea, raised liver enzymes, diarrhoea, constipation, dyspepsia, gastrointestinal ulceration/bleeding, nosebleed, headache, dizziness, rash, salt and fluid retention, and hypertension.

As these side effects can affect anyone taking this drug we would advise you to read through the literature supplied with the product and if you are in any way concerned that you may be suffering from any of the listed side effects then please seek medical attention.

Motrin Questions and Answers

We are sure that you may still have some questions regarding Motrin or Ibuprofen and if this is the case then below you will find the most commonly asked questions relating to these two drugs and also the answers to those questions can be found below. You can always seek advice from your Doctor should you be concerned as to whether either of these two drugs are going to have the desired effect on you after having taken them.

  1. Can Motrin help with toothache?

    One type of pain can often be too much to handle for most people and that pain is toothache. If you do have toothache then you are best off seeking the attention of a Dentists, however as most dentists do not work out of office hours then in the short term you will find that Motrin can help in controlling the pain and discomfort of toothache. As soon as is practically possible, should your toothache not subside, then you should seek the attention of a Dentists as some form of treatment may be required on the tooth causing you so much pain.

  2. Can I take Motrin if I have Period Pains?

    You may find that Ibuprofen is an ideal drug to take when you are suffering from period pains, the medicinal properties of taking Ibuprofen make it an ideal medication to take during your period. The correct dosage does of course have to be taken during your period but due to the very fast acting nature of this drug you will often find that in a very short amount of time from you taking it your pains caused by a period should start to subside and you will be able to get on with your day to day life in no time.

  3. I have a swelling will Motrin help ease it?

    One of the many different conditions that Motrin can help with is swelling, and as such if you have injured yourself but do not require urgent medical treatment and your injury has developed into a swelling then it may be advisable for you to take Motrin, often only a small number of doses taken at the correct time will help the swelling decrease, and also the pain associated with those swellings can be managed by taking Ibuprofen.

  4. Can I take Motrin if I have Flu?

    Getting Flu is never a nice thing and with aches and pains and high temperatures being the usual symptoms of having this common illness, then the chemical makeup of Motrin makes it an ideal drug to take when you are suffering from Flu. Please always follow the correct dosage and also take plenty of fluids when suffering from Influenza and if your condition does not improve then seek the advice of your Doctor however in the short term Motrin can help manage the pain and discomfort of Flu.

  5. Is Motrin available in a liquid form?

    If you are having difficulties taking Motrin in pill form, then there are several different liquid forms of this drug which may be more suitable for you. Motrin can be bought as a film coated drug to help you swallow them easier, however if you are still having problems then you will quite easily find a range of liquid forms of this drug are available, and being available in a liquid form you will find they can be somewhat faster acting forms of this drug, and as such may be more suitable if you are seeking rapid relief from pain.

  6. I am pregnant can I take Motrin?

    Taking Motrin when you are pregnant, trying for a baby, or breast-feeding may not be suitable as there are a range of side effects of this drug that may cause a reaction. With this in mind if you are pregnant or are thinking of getting pregnant or are breast feeding a baby then you should ensure your Doctor is aware of these facts. He or she will then be able to take that into account, and may prescribe an alternative course of treatment that will be more suitable to you, as there are many alternatives that are readily available are on offer.

  7. Dosage of Motrin and Interactions

    Motrin should only be taken as prescribed by your Doctor, and whilst there are many different pill sizes and doses of this drug you need to ensure that you are all times taking the prescribed dose as the right time, as there may be a risk of overdoing on this product.

    When taking Motrin there is also a risk that it may interact with other medications and drugs you are taking, and this is why your should alert and make aware any medical expert or your Doctor of all other drugs you are taking.

  8. Is Motrin Addictive?

    Motrin can be an addictive drug for some people, and this is why your Doctor should be ensuring that they regularly check up on you regarding the use of this drug when he or she has prescribed it to you. This drug can be taken for both short and long periods of time, however always make sure you are regularly being monitored by your medical expert or your own Doctor or one familiar with your condition.

    If you have any problems or are worried about the addictive nature of Motrin then please discuss this with your Doctor as there may be other more suitable drugs and medications that he can prescribe instead of this one which will have the same desired effect.

  9. Can Motrin make me tired or drowsy?

    Motrin can and may make you drowsy when you are taking it, whilst everyone will react differently when taking it as there is a chance of you becoming tired or getting a feeling of drowsiness you should be aware of this fact and not drive or operate machinery whilst taking it. You can of course discuss this with your Doctor who will advise you of the best course of action if you are getting tired or sleepy when taking it.

  10. Can I get an allergic reaction to taking Motrin?

    There could be a very small chance that you will get an allergic reaction when you are taking Motrin or Ibuprofen, and as such at the first signs of any type of allergic reaction you should seek urgent medical attention, and also let the medical staff know that you have taken this drug so as they will know what antidote or medical treatment to give, whilst rare you may, if you do take this drug suffer from an allergic reaction.