What is Nuromol?
Nuromol is a painkiller that combines two popular everyday pain relief medications - ibuprofen and paracetamol - to ease your pain, fever, and inflammation. If you’re suffering with mild to moderate pain and find that one painkiller isn’t enough to control it, Nuromol could be the perfect solution.
What is the recommended dosage?
Always take Nuromol exactly as described in the patient information leaflet or as your doctor / Chemist4U pharmacist has told you. This medicine is for short term use only. Do not take Nuromol for more than 3 days; if your symptoms still persist, speak to your doctor or Chemist4U pharmacist for advice.
Before you decide to take this product, try a pain relief medication that contains a single active ingredient (either ibuprofen or paracetamol) first. If you’re still in pain, then take Nuromol the following day. Take 1 tablet with water and food up to 3 times per day, leaving at least 6 hours between doses. Take a maximum of 2 tablets 3 times a day, but only if your pain hasn’t been relieved by 1 dose. Do not take more than 6 tablets within a 24 hour period.
How does Nuromol relieve pain?
Nuromol contains two active ingredients that work together to ease your pain. The first is 500mg of paracetamol, an everyday painkiller that can also help to bring down a fever or high temperature. The second is 200mg of ibuprofen, another popular painkiller that’s part of a group of medications called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It works by altering how your body responds to pain, while reducing swelling and inflammation.
Is Nuromol suitable for children?
Nuromol is only suitable for adults aged 18 years and over. If you’re looking for pain relief for your baby or child, you should speak to your doctor or Chemist4U pharmacist for advice on an alternative treatment option.
Is Nuromol suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women?
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, you must ask your doctor or Chemist4U pharmacist for advice before taking any new medicine. If you’re breastfeeding or in the first 6 months of pregnancy, you must ask your doctor or Chemist4U pharmacist for advice before taking this medicine. Do not take this medicine if you're in the last 3 months of pregnancy.
Can Nuromol be taken with food and drink?
Nuromol should be taken with food and drink to reduce the likelihood of you developing any side effects. This product contains ibuprofen and if taken without food, it may irritate your stomach. Take these tablets with things such as biscuits, a sandwich, or a glass of milk.
When should this product not be used?
Nuromol may be unsuitable for certain people. Do not take these tablets if you are allergic to paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin, other NSAIDs, or any of the other listed ingredients. Do not take these tablets if you:
Are already taking any other medicine containing a pain reliever, such as: paracetamol, ibuprofen, high dose aspirin (above 75 mg per day), or other non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) including cyclo-oxygenase-2 (COX-2) specific inhibitors
Have or ever had an ulcer or bleeding in your stomach or duodenum (small bowel)
Have blood clotting (coagulation) disorder
Suffer from heart, liver or kidney failure
Are in the last 3 months of pregnancy
Are under 18 years old
Talk to your doctor or Chemist4U pharmacist before taking this medicine if you:
Are taking any other medicines
Have asthma or have suffered from asthma
Have kidney, heart, liver or bowel problems
Have systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) – a condition of the immune system affecting connective tissue resulting in joint pain, skin changes and disorder of other organs or other mixed connective tissue disease
Have heart problems including heart failure and angina (chest pain)
Have had a heart attack, bypass surgery, or peripheral artery disease (poor circulation in the legs of feet due to narrow or blocked arteries)
Have had any kind of stroke (including ‘mini-stroke’ or transient ischaemic attack “TIA”)
Have high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, have a family history of heart disease or stroke
Are a smoker
Have gastrointestinal disorders or chronic inflammatory bowel disease (e.g. ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease)
Are in the first 6 months of pregnancy or are breastfeeding
Are planning to become pregnant
Have an infection (due to this medicine possibly hiding signs of an infection such as fever and pain)
Are there any side effects?
Like all medicines, Nuromol may cause side effects in some people, but these won’t affect everybody. Seek emergency medical attention if you notice any signs of a severe allergic reaction, symptoms of which include swelling of the face and throat, skin rash, breathing difficulties and/or loss of consciousness. Common side effects include:
Stomach pain or discomfort
Feeling or being sick
Higher levels of liver enzymes (shown in blood tests)
Change in kidney function (shown in blood tests)
For more information on potential side effects, refer to the patient information leaflet. If you experience any side effects, including any not included in the patient information leaflet, you can report them using the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme.
Store in a cool, dry place out of sight and reach of children. Do not use after the expiry date, referring to the last day of the month stated on the packaging. Do not throw away any medicines via wastewater or household waste.
This product is a medicine; make sure to speak to your doctor or Chemist4U pharmacist before taking this product if you have an underlying medical problem or are taking any other medicine or complementary therapy. If your symptoms get worse or continue after taking this product, contact us or your doctor. For medical services in your area, please refer to https://www.nhs.uk
If you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, speak to your doctor or our pharmacist before taking this product. If you suffer from any allergies, ask your doctor or our pharmacist if this medicine is right for you.
Store all medicines out of sight and reach of children.
Please read the included leaflet carefully before using this product.
Please contact your GP if appropriate regarding this product.
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