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The FDA recommends that consumers read the labels of OTC drug products to determine if the product contains pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine. FDA believes this to be the most accurate method for determining the contents of OTC products rather than providing an incomplete or out-of-date list of products that may have already been reformulated and no longer contain these ingredients.


In response to the misuse of methamphetamine, many state governments have issued regulations controlling the sale of these products. This should not effect the restrictions already placed in your state.


All medicines can cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most common side effects persist or become bothersome: Constipation; diarrhea; dizziness; drowsiness; dry mouth, throat, and nose; excitability; gas; headache; heartburn; nausea; stomach pain or upset; thickening of mucus in nose or throat.


Ibuprofen may cause ulcers but usually at higher prescription doses or when administered for long periods of time. Studies have proven that Advil PM products are safe and effective when taken as directed. If you have a history of stomach problems, such as heartburn, consult your doctor before using Advil PM products.


When taken according to the label, adverse effects of Advil PM products on the liver are uncommon. Effects of ibuprofen on the liver are rare but may include liver disorder, abnormal liver function, hepatitis and jaundice, and they may occur at higher than recommended over-the-counter (OTC) doses. Consult your physician if you have liver cirrhosis before taking Advil PM products or if you have any other concern about taking Advil PM products.


The two active ingredients in Advil PM products, ibuprofen and diphenhydramine, have a long history of safe and effective use when used as directed. Ibuprofen has been available for over-the-counter use for over 30 years and diphenhydramine has been used for over 50 years.


For more than 30 years, extensive consumer use and numerous clinical studies have shown that, ibuprofen, the pain reliever in Advil PM, and diphenhydramine, the sleep aid in Advil PM, are both safe and effective when used as directed. Please refer to the full product labeling for additional safety information related to Advil PM.


If you are taking prescription medication, you should discuss using Advil PM products with your doctor or pharmacist. This is especially important if you have any condition that requires you taking a prescription medication.


It is not necessary to take Advil PM products with food, however, take them with food or milk if an upset stomach occurs. Consult your physician before taking any NSAID if you have a history of stomach problems such as heartburn, upset stomach or stomach pain.


Some people should avoid using ibuprofen and others should use it with caution. If you have any queries about using ibuprofen or any other medicines, speak to your GP or pharmacist, or phone the NHS 24 111 service.


This website contains current product information and may differ from the information on the product packaging you may have. If you have any questions, please contact the Consumer Care Center at 1-877-895-3665.


The World Health Organization is looking into the matter, says spokesperson Christian Lindmeier, "but after a rapid review of the literature, [the WHO] is not aware of published clinical or population-based data on this topic." A few media outlets have reported that WHO is now advising against using ibuprofen to treat fevers in patients with COVID-19 symptoms, but Lindmeier tells NPR that's not true.


But just because you have more ACE2 receptors doesn't mean you're more susceptible to infection, says Rachel Graham, a virologist at the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health. She's one of the researchers who discovered how the coronavirus binds to cells.


"This is why we have clinical trials to inform




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