Ibuprofen Tablets

Ibuprofen is a medication available in a wide variety of forms and strengths. It comes as a generic, and is also sold under a number of brand names, including Motrin®, Advil®, Genpril®, and Nuprin®, as well as combination medicines such as Vicoprofen® (hydrocodone and ibuprofen) and Combunox® (oxycodone and ibuprofen).
 
You can obtain this medication in capsule, caplet, liquid, and tablet forms. If ibuprofen causes stomach upset, try taking it with food (this is something your pharmacist or healthcare provider may recommend anyway). Do not take it for more than 10 days for pain relief or 3 days for fever unless your healthcare provider specifically recommends this.
 
Nonprescription strengths of ibuprofen tablets include:
 
Prescription strengths include:
 
(Click Ibuprofen to learn more about this medication, including specific conditions it can treat, when and how to take the various forms, possible side effects to be aware of, and more.)
 
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