Melfen 200mg Ibuprofen

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imelda Says:


what is melfen 200mg used for



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Verwon Says:

It contains the active ingredient Ibuprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach irritation.

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carol Says:

hi im just wondering im suffering from back, neck, and serious head aces with the last 2 days??? im affriad that i could be getting the flu but i had it already for 6 days b4 the xmas.. im tinking it could b my immune system ?? can you help me???

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audrey Says:

i was prescribed these last night along with kapake ,but made me feel sick all night woke up this morn and my arms and hands feel tingly wat do u suggest please

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Mcre Says:
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I have melfen 200 mg can I take this 2 help with a tooth ach

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