The recommended dosage is 600 to 900 mg daily, divided in up to three single doses.
The maximum single dose Is 400 mg dexibuprofen
The maximum daily dose is 1200 mg
The usual dose is 300 mg tablet 2 to 3 times a day. For acute symptoms, the dose may be increased to 300mg tablet 4 times a day,
For period (menstrual) pain
The usual dose is 300 mg tablet 2 to 3 times a day.
For mild to moderate pain
The usual dose is 300 mg tablet 2 times a day if needed the dose may be increased to 300 mg tablet 4 times a day.
Patients with mild to moderate hepatic dysfunction should start therapy at reduced doses and be closely monitored. Dexibuprofen should not be used in patients with severe hepatic dysfunction
The initial dosage should be reduced in patients with mild to moderate impaired renal function Dexibuprofen should not be used in patients with severe renal dysfunction.
Children and Adolescents should not be used below the age of 18.
Patients with hypersensitivity to dexibuprofen or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Patients with active or suspected gastrointestinal ulcer or history of recurrent gastrointestinal ulcer. Patients who have gastrointestinal bleeding or other active bleedings or bleeding disorders. Patients with active Cm. s r disease or active ulcerative colitis. Patients with severe renal dysfunction (GFR < 30mIlmin). Patients with severely impaired hepatic function. Patients with haemorrhagic diathesis and other coagulation disorders, or patients receiving anticoagulant therapy. From the beginning of 6th month of pregnancy.
Symptoms or history of gastrointestinal disease. asthma. impaired hepatic, cardiac or renal function. NSAID may mask infections or temporarily inhibit platelet aggregation. In late pregnancy. as with other NSAIDs, it should be avoided as it may cause premature closure of ductus arteriosus.
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