Ibuprofen 200 Mg

Various conditions associated with pain, inflammation, stiffness, or fever can be treated with ibuprofen. This drug is available in several different forms and strengths, as well as in brand-name and generic products. You can buy it alone or in combination with other medications -- for example, to treat the cold, flu, or sinus symptoms.
 
Several different factors affect how much ibuprofen you should take; however, in general, the recommended nonprescription dosage for most people over 12 years of age is ibuprofen 200 mg by mouth every four to six hours as needed to control pain or fever. Do not exceed this dose, and do not take it for more than 10 days for pain relief or more than 3 days to treat a fever unless your healthcare provider specifically advises this.
 
(For more guidelines on when and how to take the 200-mg ibuprofen strength -- as well as the other strengths -- click Ibuprofen Dosage. This article describes the specific factors that determine how much a person should take, dosing for specific conditions, and more.)
 
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