Ibuprofen side effects: Sign in the ankles indicating a kidney problem – 'Call a doctor'


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In other, more serious cases, black poo or blood in your vomit could be signs of bleeding in your stomach linked to taking the drug.

Again, the NHS recommends to stop taking ibuprofen and seeing a doctor straight away in this event.

As an “everyday” painkiller, ibuprofen can be taken for a range of aches and pains, including back pain, period pain and toothache.

It also treats inflammation such as sprains and strains, and pain from arthritis.


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