Urine Is Red After Taking Bi Profenid 150mg Tablets

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Cathy Says:


A friend has been taking Biprofenid 150 mg one a day for 3 days and now his urine is red. Is this normal?



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Verwon Says:

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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