Melfen 400mg Ibuprofen

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michael Says:


my mother has been prescribed the above and is worried about high blood presure and the titnus of which she has both is this a problem ?



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David Says:

According to Medicinenet.com, "you should not use Melfen (ibuprofen) if you have high blood pressure, unless your doctor has explicitly told you that you can." Reason being is that ibuprofen can elevate blood pressure and contribute to water retention.

I'm not sure if you meant to say "tinnitus" instead of "titnus", but an article from the University of California Irvine, states that: "Many different medicines can cause tinnitus. The most common medicines that cause tinnitus include aspirin, ibuprofen, naprosyn, among others."

Ref: ent.uci.edu/tinnitus.htm

With that said, I would probably want to encourage her to ask her doctor about any other safe alternatives (including natural options) to Melfen.

I hope this info helps!

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thank you for your reply
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