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Ibuleve Speed Relief 5% Spray 35ml
- Fast and effective as pills at fighting pain
- Actively treats and reduces the inflammation
- Simple way to apply Ibuleve
- Easily absorbed, penetrating spray
- Clear, fragrance-free formula
- Easy to apply to hard-to-reach areas
Ibuleve Pain Relief Spray harnesses the painkilling power of Ibuleve gel in an easy-to-use spray format.
Ibuleve 5% pain relief spray is a simple way to apply when you have backache, mild arthritic and muscular pain, sprains, strains and sports injuries and easy to apply to hard-to-reach areas such as the lower back.
- Effectively works to reduce swelling and inflammation.
- Easily absorbed, penetrating spray.
- A clear, pleasant-to-use, fragrance-free formula.
- Anti-inflammatory power of ibuprofen right to the point of pain.
A clinical study explored the effectiveness of the Ibuleve formula in direct comparison with 400mg ibuprofen pills. The results showed Ibuleve can be as fast and effective as pills at fighting pain.
The power of Ibuleve
Ibuleve contains ibuprofen, an effective and widely used painkiller. As a NSAID (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug), ibuprofen actively treats and reduces the inflammation that leads to joint and muscle pain.
Effective pain relief for:
- Back Pain - Muscular backache
- Muscular Pain
- Sprains and strains
- Sport injuries
- Osteoarthritic Pain
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
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Is Ibuleve suitable for vegans/vegetarians?
Yes. Ibuleve does not contain any products of animal origin and it has not been tested on animals.
Can Ibuleve Pain Relief Spray be used long-term?
The Ibuleve products you can buy in the healthcare aisle are available to the patient by direct self-selection and should therefore only be used for up to 2 weeks, unless the diagnosis is discussed with the patient’s doctor.
Can Ibuleve be used at the same time as oral painkillers?
In the case of oral painkillers containing aspirin or other NSAIDs* (e.g. ibuprofen, naproxen, diclofenac, piroxicam, celecoxib, and others), taking these while using Ibuleve may increase the risk of side effects occurring.
How much Ibuleve can be used when taking Ibuprofen orally at the same time?
If you would like to take ibuprofen both orally and topically at the same time, consult your pharmacist or GP.
Are there any age limits for using Ibuleve?
Ibuleve is licensed for use by adults and children over 12 years of age. It should not be used by children under 12 years except on the advice of a doctor.
Like all medicines, Ibuleve Pain Relief 5% Spray can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Ibuleve Pain Relief 5% Spray may cause the following side effects:
- Occasionally, mild skin rashes, itching or irritation can sometimes occur at the site of application.
Skin becomes sensitive to light.
If you experience any of the following side effects, stop using this product immediately and tell your doctor:
- Generalised allergic skin reactions involving itch, swelling, inflammation, redness and perhaps blistering and light sensitivity;
- Allergic reactions (particularly in people who have a history of asthma or allergic problems), such as:
- Unexplained runny nose and watery eyes, or, in more serious cases asthma or aggravated asthma involving breathing difficulties, wheezing or chest tightness;
Other more serious generalised allergic reactions possibly involving unexplained nausea and vomiting, swollen eyes, face or tongue, difficulty swallowing, dizziness or light-headedness. Unconsciousness could perhaps occur in the most serious cases.
If you experience these or any other side-effects stop using the product and consult your doctor. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet.
You can help to make medicines safer by reporting any side-effects to the Yellow Card Scheme at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard.
Before taking any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet. You can find information leaflets for your medicines by typing them into the search bar at medicines.org, or by contacting us.
SPRAINS, STRAINS AND MUSCLE PAIN
The causes of sprains and strains
Sprains and strains are injuries to the soft tissues around joints. ‘Strains’ normally refers to damage to muscles while we tend to use ‘sprains’ to describe injuries to ligaments, the bands of flexible connective tissue that connect bones to one another and hold our joints in place.
This damage is often the result of excessive or unusual force being applied to a joint or the muscles around it. As a result, a lot of sprains and strains happen during sporting activities when we subject our joints and muscles to extra stress.
However, even a small slip or sudden unexpected movement can lead to injury, swelling and pain.
The causes of back pain
It’s not surprising that so many people suffer with back pain, either occasionally or chronically. The back has no fewer than 149 joints, each with its own cluster of tendons, ligaments and muscles. Yet we often subject this complex structure to heavy loads and stresses.
Poor posture, careless lifting and many everyday tasks from weeding the garden to carrying heavy shopping can cause painful strains and sprains. Sometimes you simply may not know why back pain has appeared.
In most cases the cause is ‘mechanical’ (that is, not caused by disease), which means the pain will usually get better over time.
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS PAIN
The causes of rheumatoid arthritis
Unlike osteoarthritis, which is a result of wear and tear on the joints, rheumatoid arthritis is a disease that leads to swelling within the joint. Since there is presently no cure for rheumatoid arthritis, managing pain is an important part of living with the condition.
The causes of Osteoarthritis pain
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the UK. It’s a long-term condition that cannot be cured. It usually develops gradually and some people experience pain that becomes steadily worse. This is common in large joints like hips, shoulders and knees, although all joints can be susceptible. Many people suffer from osteoarthritis in the joints of their hands.
In osteoarthritis, the cartilage that protects bones where they meet in joints becomes weaker. As it thins the bone underneath thickens, leading to inflammation in the tissue of the joint lining, causing pain.
Do not spray near flames, burning cigarettes, electric heaters or similar ignition sources.
Suitable for adults, the elderly and children over 12 years old.
Use the spray up to three to four times a day, leaving at least four hours between applications.
- At each application apply 5 to 10 sprays (1 to 2 ml), depending on the extent and severity of your condition. Do not apply more than 40 sprays (8 ml) in any 24 hour period.
- Holding the bottle upright or upside-down, approximately 4 to 6 inches away from the skin, spray over the affected area.
- Every 2 to 3 sprays, gently massage the spray into the skin over and around the painful area.
- Wash hands after use, unless treating them.
- Carry on using the spray in this way for up to two weeks (or longer if recommended by your doctor), until your condition gets better.
If your symptoms worsen or continue for more than two weeks, discuss this with your pharmacist or doctor before continuing treatment.
If you forget to use this product
Do not worry if you occasionally forget to use this product, just carry on using it when you remember.
If the spray comes into contact with broken skin or gets into the eyes, nose or mouth
The product may cause irritation if it comes into contact with broken skin or gets into the eyes, nose or mouth. If this happens, rinse the affected areas with plenty of water. If rinsing one eye, take care to avoid washing product into the other eye.
If irritation persists, tell your doctor or pharmacist.
If the spray is accidentally swallowed
Symptoms may include headache, vomiting, drowsiness and low blood pressure.
If you experience any of these symptoms contact a doctor or hospital straight away.
Do not use Ibuleve Pain Relief 5% Spray:
- if you have severe joint pain of recent onset that is not related to an injury or period of overuse;
- if you are pregnant or breast-feeding;
- if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to ibuprofen or any of the other ingredients in this product
- if you are asthmatic, or suffer from rhinitis (allergic runny nose) or urticaria (hives) and have ever had a bad reaction to aspirin, ibuprofen or other NSAIDs in the past;
- on broken, damaged, infected or diseased skin;
- if you feel ill, have a temperature or any other symptoms that accompany the pain.
You should not use this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Take special care when using this product:
- This product is flammable. Do not spray it near flames or ignition sources.
- Use it only on the skin.
- Do not use it on children under 12 years of age except on the advice of a doctor.
- Do not apply it to broken or irritated skin.
- Do not use under protective waterproof dressings.
- Do not use more than the recommended dose
- Keep the spray away from the face so that it cannot get into the eyes, nose and mouth.
Using this product is not known to affect your ability to drive or use machinery.
Active ingredient is ibuprofen (5% w/w).
The other ingredients are industrial methylated spirit, macrogol 300, macrogol cetostearyl ether (cetomacrogol 1000) and purified water.
What this product looks like and contents of the pack:
- The product is a clear, colourless spray that contains no fragrance.
- It is available in a pump spray bottle containing 35 ml.
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