Perhaps not many people have heard the name "Ibuprofen", but if you call it foreign analogues, such as "Nurofen" and "Moment", most certainly say that uses it almost every day.

Ā«Ibuprofen" has anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic effects, and therefore has a huge number of indications for use.Unfortunately, in Russia it is available in three dosage forms: tablets, ointment and suspension for children's use, although its imported counterparts can be seen in the form of suppositories, capsules and gels.However, the effect of the usual "Ibuprofen" and "Nurofen" absolutely no different.

This drug is used in inflammatory and degerativnye diseases of the musculoskeletal system, such as a

rthritis, arthrosis, worsening gout.In addition, it is perfectly removes pain, including myalgia, lumbalgia, neuralgia, and traumatic inflammation of soft tissues.

As with most drugs, the "Ibuprofen" there are contraindications such as liver disease, erosive and ulcerative lesions of the gastrointestinal tract.There are also adverse effects in the interaction with some drugs: shortness of breath, swelling, bronchoconstriction.Although it is safe to say that the effects that it has many times in efficiency exceed the amount of the pathogenic syndromes that may result from its use.

If we consider the drug in the price range, with its foreign counterparts, of course, you can see the difference in the tens or even hundreds of rubles.Thus, the average price of "Ibuprofen" is now available in tablets of 200 mg, an average of 15 rubles, while import "Nurofen" in the same dosage is about one hundred.

course you decide what to buy, and at what packaging, but does it make sense to buy the same thing for the other money?