Ibuprofen side effects: Telltale signs on your skin of a ‘serious allergic reaction’

Ibuprofen can also come in a form of gel, mousse and spray that you rub into your skin.

Keep in mind that the side effects of the oral version of the painkiller are different to the one applied to the skin.

People are less likely to have side effects when opting for the skin version. However, there are some possible risks, especially when you apply it to a large area of skin.

Some remedies available for the more common side effects depending on the problem are eating plain foods, drinking plenty of water and lying down.


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