Ibuprofen 600mg Tab Leg

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Bob Says:


My 90 year old mother has short term memory problems - badly! She claims the pill for pain that Dr. recently prescibed (Ibuprofen 600mg LEG) makes her confused. I am familiar with Ibuprofen, but I do not know what the LEG stands for. Does this prescription drug contain any narcotic? Or is it just Ibuprofen? What does the LEG stand for? Thanks!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Bob! How are you? How is your mother doing?

The LEG is just an abbreviation for the manufacturer of the tablet, so this is just Ibuprofen.

Learn more Ibuprofen details here.

And while that's not a typical side effect, the elderly can be much more sensitive to medications than their younger counterparts, so it could be causing her more severe dizziness and such than it may to other people.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Renae Says:
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I have severe anxiety and i read all of the bad side effects of course. I have a pill phobia and im afraid that the pills will kill me rather than help me. I've been prescribed ibuprofen 600 mg for my tooth and i took half, should I be ok? Also is it safe to take while breastfeeding my 2 year old daughter?

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