Friday, December 17, 2021

Can Ibuprofen Cause Eye Problems?

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Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that may cause swelling and puffiness around your eyes. Any NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) drug can affect your vision with possible side effects. In this post, we will discuss the visionary effects or side effects of ibuprofen.


Ibuprofen Visionary Effects

The use of Ibuprofen may develop swelling on the skin and may change the color of the skin. Ibuprofen can cause swelling and puffiness around your eyelids in adults and children. There are given below some visionary side effects that have been revealed after taking ibuprofen in some people.
  • Swollen Eyelids
  • Puffy Eyes
  • Red and Irritated Eyes
  • Dry Eyes
  • Pain and Itchiness
  • Blurry Vision
  • Difficulty in Reading
  • Trouble in Focusing
  • Sensitivity to Light
  • Periorbital Edema
  • Anaphylaxis
These are some visionary side effects of ibuprofen while it has many other side effects other than related to vision such as irregular heartbeat, unusual weight gain, nausea, vomiting, headache, and physical weakness, etc. but my topic is to discuss only visionary effects.

How does Ibuprofen affect you and your eyes?

There are some common and basic reasons that cause many reactions so let's discuss.
  • Drug interaction is the main reason for bad reactions to any drug. In this case, you should not use two medicine together because an interaction might occur. If you are already using a drug please do not use another drug without the consultation of a physician. Your doctor may change the dosage of both drugs.
  • Some people are allergic to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs so if you are allergic to any of these drugs, tell your doctor.
  • Long-term use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs without the advice of a doctor becomes the cause of several reactions.
  • Any drug does require a specific temperature to maintain its efficacy. But some people do not care about it and store or keep their medicine in warm or heat places. When they use these drugs, they get bad reactions than the treatment.
  • Before using any medicine please read the expiry date of that drug. Out of date or expired medicine usage can lead to very serious problems.

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