Abbott Laboratories | Adagin (Medication)
Adagin is a part of a group of medicines called NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) that works to decrease pain, inflammation and fever.
Adagin is used to relieve mild to moderate pain such as headache,
including migraine, toothache, menstrual pain and fever. Adagin is usually swallowed with a glass of water during or after a meal. ...
Common side effects may include:fuel oil colored stools or vomiting blood (ulcer in the digestive tract bleeding).
Very rare side effects may include:swelling of face, tongue or throat (larynx) which can cause difficulty in breathing; (angioedema), fast heartbeat, severe drop in blood pressure or shock.
Fatal side effects:sudden allergic reaction with shortness of breath, wheezing and low blood pressure; severe skin rash with blisters, especially on the legs, arms, hands and feet that can involve the face and lips (erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome). They can further increases, the blisters can expand and extend parts of the skin may peel. Also, there may be a severe infection with destruction of skin (necrosis), subcutaneous tissue and muscle. ...
Do not take Adagin if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to ibuprofen or any of the other components of Adagin; if you have had allergic reactions such as asthma, runny nose, rash itchy or swollen lips, face, tongue or throat after taking drugs containing aspirin or other medicines for pain and inflammation (NSAIDs).
Prior to taking Adangin tell your doctor if you have ulcers or bleeding in the stomach or small intestine (duodenum) related to previous use of drugs for pain and inflammation (NSAIDs) or if you have liver, kidney or heart (including coronary heart disease).
During pregnancy and breastfeeding is not recommended to use this medicine without your doctor's advice. ...