Lasonil when you have to use
Lasonil, when you have to use
Lasonil It is a non -steroid anti -inflammatory for local use that contains ibuprofen lysine rooms and serves for the local treatment Of:
- shoulder dislocation;
- tendonitis (also on the wrist or foot);
- distortions (also in the knee or ankle);
- Night joint pains, pain or muscle contractures;
- muscle ironments;
- legs in the legs;
- Shot of the witch;
- lumbar pain;
Lasonil is a self -medication medicine
Being a self -medication medicine, It can be used for mild and transient disorders easily recognizable, without resorting to the help of the doctor but it is important to always read the illustrative leaflet.
However, if the disorder does not resolve in a short time or manifest side effects are manifested, you will have to contact your doctor or contact the pharmacist. We remind you that in this period back pain from smart working can be lurking and that it can go naturally without the use of pharamaci.
This drug must not be used when:
- It has been hypersensitive to the active ingredient or to any of the excipients or other analgesics (pain relievers)/antipyretics (anti -fiber)/non -steroid anti -inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) that have previously caused in the patient asthma, rhinitis, urticaria or other allergic manifestations;
- It is pregnant;
- He is breastfeeding.
Furthermore, children and teenagers must not use it under the age of 14. Do not apply Lasonil painulore near open wounds or skin injuries.
Prolonged use of the ointment can lead to raising awareness and if they manifest themselves rash skin, mucous lesions or other types of hypersensitivity, stop treatment and consult the doctor.
The dosage of the drug provides from 2 to 4 applications per day on the sore part without exceeding the doses indicated while the older patients should comply with the minimum doses indicated.
Apply the ointment with a thin layer and a short massage and wash your hands after the procedure.
Be careful not to accidentally ingest the drug and, if it happens (or if they were their children to have done it), contact the doctor or the nearest hospital.