Reprofen for Children
Plot 1 Junaid Dosunmu Street,Central Business District, Alausa, P.0. Box 3560 Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: + 234-1-774-1205
Rajrab Ltd, 72-80 Coca Cola Rd, Industrial Estate, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.
Dosage Form, Composition & NAFDAC Registration Number (NRN)
Oral suspension (NRN: 04-1474): Each 5 mL contains: Ibuprofen Ph.Eur. 100 mg.
Pack size: 100 mL bottle.
Reprofen for children provides relief by changing the body’s response to high temperature, pain and swelling.
It contains the active ingredient ibuprofen, which belongs to a group of medicines known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS). It acts by targeting the source of fever and pain.
Reprofen for children is specially formulated for babies and children from 6 months.
It is given by mouth to: Provide fast, effective and long lasting reduction in your child’s temperature (including fever caused by immunisation); Soothe away pain from teething and toothache, earache, sore throats, headache and minor aches and sprains.
Do not give to babies or children: Who have had stomach ulcers or other serious stomach disorders; Who suffer a worsening of asthma, runny nose or hives due to aspirin or other similar medicines; Who are sensitive to any of the ingredients.
Talk to your doctor before giving Reprofen for children to your child if he/she suffers from asthma; has liver, kidney, or heart problems; is allergic to aspirin; still has, after immunisation, a high temperature which you think might require a third dose of this medicine.
The most common side effects are a mild laxative effect; stomach discomfort.
Rare side effects are: nausea, stomach pain, rash, itching or worsening of asthma, unexplained wheezing or shortness of breath.
Most rarely: facial swelling - get medical help straight away (this may be a rare but severe allergic reaction); black tarry stools, stomach ulcers or bleeding; skin peeling, easy bruising.