Bi Profenid 150mg Tablets

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trudie Says:


Was prescribed these for flu symptoms - is this correct? THank you



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David Says:

Bi Profenid contains the active ingredient Ketoprofen. Nonprescription Ketoprofen is used to relieve minor aches and pain from headaches, menstrual periods, toothaches, the common cold, muscle aches, and backaches, and to REDUCE FEVER. Prescription strength Ketoprofen is of course much stronger and is more directed towards relieving pain, including menstrual pain. It works by stopping the body's production of a substance that causes pain, fever, and inflammation.

More details about this medication are available at:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Ketoprofen/­

Do you have any other questions or comments concerning this drug? Please post back if you do.

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khadijetou Says:

hello ! i have a hard pain in one side from my back to my foot and i used to take biprofenid please doctor advise me what i should do i came to a lot of doctors and the pain still continue and it become increase

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Anne Says:

is it safe to take this prescription with anibiotics for bladder infection?

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keke Says:
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My teeth hurts on the right side ,my throat also hurt .I'm fed up

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