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SUPRAFEN 400 mg film tablet is taken orally.

Active substance

400 mg ibuprofen.

Please read this INSTRUCTIONS carefully before using this medicine, as it contains important information for you.

Keep these instructions for use. You can need to read again.

• If you have other questions, please talk your doctor or pharmacist.

• This medicine has been prescribed for you personally, please do not give it to others.

• When using this medicine, tell your doctor that you are taking this medicine when you go to a doctor or hospital.

• Follow the instructions in this manual. Do not use high or low doses other than the recommended dose for the drug.

In these Instructions for Use:

1. What is SUPRAFEN and what is it used for?

2. ThingsSUPRAFEN to consider before using

3. How to use SUPRAFEN?

4. What are the possible side effects?

5. The headers of the SUPRAFEN are stored


2. What is SUPRAFEN and what is it used for?

  • SUPRAFEN 20, 30, 50 and 100 film tablets containing blister packs.

  • Each film tablet contains 400 mg ibuprofen.

  • The active ingredient of SUPRAFEN, ibuprofen, belongs to a group of pain-relieving drugs called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

  • SUPRAF that therefore these features, the following condition is used in

rheumatoidinflammation in the joints diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and ankylosing spondylitis) specification and the correction of finding

Gut (drops) joint inflammation seen in the disease,

relieving the acute musculoskeletal pain

aftersurgical operation seen pain,

Quantity pain relief (primary dysmenorrhea without organic cause)

3. How to use SUPRAFEN?

Follow the instructions of your doctor when and how you should take SUPRAFEN. If you're not sure, your pharmacist can help.

Instructions for proper use and dose / frequency of

administration The normal daily dose is 1200-1800 mg per day in divided doses. Your doctor may increase your daily dose according to the symptoms of your disease. However, the daily dose given in divided doses should not exceed 2400 mg.

Different age groups

Use in children Use in


juvenile Patients withrheumatoid arthritis (a special rheumatic joint disease that occurs in children and adolescents) can take up to 40 mg / kg body weight in divided doses.

Use in the elderly Use in the


Specific conditions for use

Kidney / liver / heart failure: Caution should be exercised in patients with kidney, liver or heart failure, as use of NSAIDs such as SUPRAFEN may result in impaired renal function. In these patients, the dose should be kept as low as possible and renal functions should be monitored.

If you have an impression that SUPRAFEN's effect is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

If you use SUPRAFEN,

SUPRAFEN more than you should use, if you use more than you should use fromtalk to a doctor or pharmacist.

If you forgot to use SUPRAFEN If you forgetsoon

a dose, asas you remember it, drink the medicine. However, if it is time for the next dose, do not take the dose you forget.

Do not take double doses to compensate for forgotten doses.

Effects when treatment with SUPRAFEN is

terminated It is important that you continue to use SUPRAFEN until your doctor terminates treatment. Do not end the treatment just because you feel better. If you stop taking SUPRAFEN prematurely, your disease may get worse.

The use of the lowest dose, which is effective in relieving the symptoms of your disease, will minimize the likelihood of undesirable effects of the drug.

If you have further questions about the use of this medicine, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

4. What are the possible side effects?

Like all medicines, SUPRAFEN may have side effects in people who are sensitive to the substances contained in its contents.

Stop using SUPRAFEN if any of the following and tell your doctor immediately or contact the emergency department of the hospital nearest you

Non-specific allergic reaction

Common allergic reaction (anaphylaxis)

Inhalation, asthma, bronchospasm or respiratory distress (dyspnea) Reactions

(pruritus)) in the

Small bleeding (purpuraskin and mucous membranes Hypersensitivity to the

face and throat (edema) (

bullous skin inflammation including Steven-Johnson Syndrome) Inflammation in the

mouth and other areas of the body or with red rashes of different sizes disease (erythema multiforme)

A severe disease (toxic epidermal necrolysis) with skin-filled bubbles, skin peels and tissue loss.

Hives (urticaria)

photosensitivity andfluid-filled blister (vesiculobullous) rash

Asepticaseptic. ik meningitis (meningitis)

These are all very serious side effects. If you have one of these, you have a serious allergy to SUPRAFEN. You may need urgent medical attention or hospitalization.

All of these very serious side effects are very rare.

Abnormal liver function, liver failure

Excessive reduction in the number of sudden white blood cells (agranulocytosis)

Aplastic anemia (severe reduction in the number of blood cells)

Bone marrow suppression

Hemolytic anemia (a kind of anemia)

Suppression of clotting of cells mediating blood clotting (platelet aggregation inhibition)

White blood decreased number of cells (leukopenia) Reduction in the number of

neutrophils in the blood (neutropenia)

Thrombocytopenia (decrease in the number of cells that mediate platelet-blood coagulation)

Gastrointestinal bleeding (gastrointestinal bleeding


the stomach wound in the gut (gastrointestinal ulceration)

bleeding due to tar-colored, foul-smelling stools (melena),

inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis),

inflammation of the membrane in the stomach, the inner face (gastritis),

vomiting, such as blood or coffee grounds (hematemesis)

Small marked inflammation of the mouth (ulcerative stomatitis)

Exacerbation of large intestinal inflammation (colitis) and Crohn's disease

Liver inflammation (hepatitis)

Acute kidney disorder

Finding blood in urine (hematuria)

Reduction of creatinine excretion from the kidneys (creatinine clearance reduction)

If you have one of these, you may need medical attention or hospitalization.

If you notice any of the following, report it immediately to your doctor or contact the emergency department of the hospital nearest you: Tinnitus

Mind confusion, confusion

See, see, feel, feel (hallucinate)

Vision blur

Reduction of visual acuity due to a toxic substance ( toxic amblyopia)

Changes in

vision Reduction in hearing Reduction in

blood pressure (hypertension)

Nasal bleeding (epistaxis)

Occurring in duodenum (duodenal ulcer)

Gastric ulcer (gastric ulcer)


Anemia (abnormal), abnormal liver function test


Numbness (paresthesia)

Sleepiness state (somnolence),

inflammation of the eye nerve (optic neuritis)

dizziness caused by inner ear disorders (vertigo)

toxic renal disorders in various forms (including interstitial nephritis and nephrotic syndrome),

allergic rhinitis (rhinitis),


anxiety and fear induced dysphoria ( anxiety)

toxic optic neuropathy (disorder characterized by sudden loss of vision and eye pain).

Drugs such as SUPRAFEN may cause a small increase in the risk of heart attack (myocardial infarction) or stroke.

Rarely with SUPRAFEN, blood disorders and kidney problems can occur.

All these are serious side effects. Emergency medical intervention may be required.

Serious side effects are very rare.

If you notice any of the following, tell your doctor: Rash



Fluid Retention



HeadachePain in the


stomach (epigastric pain)

Heartburn Nausea



Abdominal (abdominal) pain / discomfort

Diarrhea (diarrhea)


Gazagastro-intestinal tract (flatulans)

Fatigue in the

These are mild side effects of SUPRAFEN.

Reporting side effects

2.SUPRAFEN should bebefore you use SUPRAFEN should not be



If you are in your pregnancy last 3 months,

ibuprofen or until it against one of the excipients in the matter hypersensitive (allergic) If you are

already ibuprofen, against aspirin and other NSAIDs, asthma, nasal inflammation (rhinitis) or if you have an allergic reaction such as hives,

said If you have had gastrointestinal bleeding or perforation earlier because of these drugs,

recurrent gastro-duodenal ulcers, inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease), have had if you have diseases such as gastro-intestinal bleeding, or on a recurring basis before,

severe your heart failure If you have

severe renal insufficiency, If you have

severe hepatic impairment, If you are in the

period before or after Coronary artery bypass surgery,

gastrointestinal bleeding or ulceration occurs when you use Ibuprofen If you have

cerebrovascular bleeding or other active bleeding,


If you have asthma or have previously had asthma; In the bronchi may lead to spasm, if you have

previously experienced gastro-intestinal ulcer or other gastrointestinal diseases; exacerbation may be seen in these tables,

if you have kidney disease; kidney function may need to be monitored. The risk of deterioration of people with kidney function using ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for a long time, those with heart failure and liver dysfunction, diuretic (diuretic) and and the ACE inhibitor class of blood pressure medication areas has increased among the elderly,

if you have liver disease,

if you have heart disease or your blood pressure (blood pressure if high; Water retention and swelling (edema) may be seen in various parts of the body,

and Ibuprofen and similar drugs have been associated with a small increase in the risk of heart attack (myocardial infarction) and stroke (stroke), especially when used at high doses and for long periods. If you have heart or vascular diseases, if you have had a stroke in the past, or if you think you are at risk for such situations (such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes, or if you smoke), you should discuss the treatment with your doctor or pharmacist.

Ibuprofen and similar NSAIDs may cause ulcers, bleeding, and puncture in the gastrointestinal tract, even when prolonged (continuous) use, even if no such disease has already taken place. The risk of this kind of undesirable effects increases as the duration of treatment increases in older people, in older people, in high drug doses and in those who have previously experienced such a disease.

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