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Urine is red after taking bi profenid 150mg tablets

A friend has been taking Biprofenid 150 mg one a day for 3 days and now his urine is red. Is this normal? ## HI, Cathy! Has he consulted his doctor? He should do so immediately, that could be due to blood in the urine, which means there may be internal bleeding somewhere. Bi-Profenid contains the active ingredient Ketoprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and it can cause stomach ulceration and an increased risk of bleeding as possible side effects. Learn more Ketoprofen details here.

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ketoprofen 5% Lidocaine5%MC

What is this transdermal delivefry system used for an what other ingrediants is in this compounded medicine ## This is a topical pain reliever, the Ketoprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and the lidocaine is a topical anesthetic. The most common side effect is irritation of the area where it's been applied. You can learn more Ketoprofen details here and there are more Lidocaine details here. However, I don't know what the other inactive ingredients are, since it's compounded as you stated and that can vary from pharmacy to pharmacy. Have you asked them? They should be happy to provide you with that information.

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Bi-profenid (Ketoprofen)

What are the side effects of Bi-profenid and should it be taken by pregnant women? ## Hi, Alison! Bi-Profenid contains the active ingredient Ketoprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. And no, it's not recommended in pregnancy, because animal studies have caused suspicion of there being some risk to the baby. Learn more Bi-Profenid details here.

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US equivalent to Enantyum

Can anyone tell me what the US equivalent to Enantyum would be. I had dental surgery in Guatemala and was given 25mg tablets but running out. I'm hoping not to need them but want to keep my options open. ## Hi Jackie, Based on my research, Enantyum contains Dexketoprofen. I've read that ketoprofen would most likely be the equivalent in US. Ketoprofen is in a group of drugs called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Ketoprofen works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ketoprofen Details I hope this helps!

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Light Green With Mylan 4070

Hello! i have a pill that was given to me to use for pain;and inflammatory ;lime' green capsule with the word Mylan and numbers 4070,i fractured my ankle its swollen and in alot of throbbing pains, would this be a good med to take? ## Based on the description provided, I've identified your light green pill as Ketoprofen 50 mg. Manufacturer: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00378-4070 Ketoprofen is generally prescribed for arthritis-related inflammatory pains or severe toothaches that result in the inflammation of the gums. Learn More: Ketoprofen Details I hope this helps!

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ketop 20 lido hcl 10% sslo

I was giving this compound for my foot by a doctor, but is their any type of reaction I could have from using this compound cream ## That means the active ingredients are Ketoprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and Lidocaine, which is a topical anesthetic. Learn more Ketoprofen details here. Learn more Lidocaine details here. Usually, you don't absorb enough of it to experience many side effects, so the most commonly reported issues are irritation to the area where you apply it. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Location to purchase Keprocaine Cream

Moved from Alabama to Kansas and cannot get keprocaine cream in Kansas. Any suggestions on where I could purchase cream. My Dr. will write a presc. but it is not good in Alabama and the Lab in AL. does not accept a Kansas prescription. Open to anyone that can solve my delima. Thanks, Dee ## Are there any compounding pharmacies in your area? If so, then your doctor could write a prescription for it by the active ingredients and the pharmacy can actually make it for you. I am not sure, however, if your insurance would cover it, or not. That depends on the type of insurance you have. Keprocaine contains Ketoprofen, Baclofen and Cyclobenzaprine, so it combines a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory with 2 types of muscle relaxants. Learn more Ketoprofen details here. Learn more Baclofen details h...

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keprocaine cream

is keprocaine cream good for knee pain and inflamation ## Please correct me if I'm wrong, but from what little bit of information I could gather, Keprocaine cream is a topical pain cream with the following active ingredients: Ketoprofen - nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug Baclofen - used to treat muscle spasms and tightness Cyclobenzaprine - skeletal muscle relaxant Lidocaine - local anesthetic With that said, I do believe it could be beneficial for knee pain and inflammation. Additionally, I would also highly recommend looking into "hyaluronic acid injections" for knee pain, as I've heard some great things about its effectiveness. I hope this helps!

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Side Effects Of Enantyum

had stomach ulcers maybe 15 years ago will it be ok if i take omeprazol for protection to my stomach & taking enantyum ? ## Enantyum contains the active ingredient Ketoprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and Omeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor that is used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to treat or prevent conditions, such as heartburn, GERD and ulcers. There are no interactions listed between the two, but you may want to check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain. However, many doctors prescribe these types of stomach medications right along with NSAIDs, when someone has a prior history of gastric issues, to prevent the damage that the NSAIDs can cause. Is there anything else I can help with? ## thank you for your reply very helpful

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93 3195

half white half blue capsule ## The pill in description is Ketoprofen (75 mg). Ketoprofen is generally prescribed for arthritis-related inflammatory pains or severe toothaches that result in the inflammation of the gums. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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mylan 5750

light blue capsule with the word mylan 5750 in black ## I found this pill at my friends house and i need to know what it is,and if it is addictive ## The pill in description is Ketoprofen (75 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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Keto-Cam side effects

What are the side effects of ketocam? ## Keto-Cam gel contains 20% Ketoprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and 1% Piroxicam. This is typically a custom compound from your pharmacist. Ketoprofen Side Effects: Side effects are relatively uncommon if used as recommended, and less common than 2 other commonly used NSAIDs. Side effects may include include gastrointestinal ulcers, drop in red blood cell count (a result of GI bleeding), and rarely kidney damage, protein loss, and bleeding disorders. It should therefore be used with caution in horses with liver or kidney disease, or gastrointestinal problems. More details: Piroxicam Side Effects: Piroxicam use can result in gastrointestinal toxicity, tinnitus, dizziness, headache, rash, and pruritus. The most severe adverse reacti...

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dexketoprofen

what will happen if you take 450mg? ## Ketoprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used as an analgesic, fever reducer and swelling reliever. Taking more than the prescribed dosage can cause heightened side effects, including: nausea, drowsiness and stomach bleeding or irritation. You should stick with the dosage recommended by your doctor. Regular exceeding of the dosage can cause damage to the liver and kidneys, possible organ failure and could be fatal. You can read more about this medication here: Did you have any other questions?

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four sided pill with 50 on it

i need help identifying a four sided yellow colored pill.it has 50 stamped on it ## The only pill I located that was yellow and had a 50 on it it Ketoprofen 50 mg, is one of the propionic acid class of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) with analgesic and antipyretic effects. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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Unknown-please locate!

Found loose in a pocket when I was starting laundry, so no background other than that. Blue & turquoise capsule, imprinted both sides with biocroft 187. Hoping these aren't a generic narcotic, but kinda worried about my 14yo... ## have you tried locating it on google by description or maybe with a pill book from the drug store? Hope this helps! ## This is Ketoprofen 50mgs, this is a generic for Orudis, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, available over the counter for headaches, muscle aches and etc. ## K--Yes, I'd tried everything else I could think of before submitting this request. Verwon--Thank you very much! Now I just need to talk to my son about why he was walking around with a pocketful of Tylenol 3, Vicodin, Ultram, and ketoprofen. The ketoprofen worries me slightly l...

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