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Flurbiprofen oral can be used to treat ankylosing Spondylitis, also known as muscle weakness, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Flurbiprofen is also available as a topical medication before ocular surgery. This helps to prevent intra-operative Miosis. Flurbiprofen is pharmacologically similar to ibuprofen and ketoprofen.
As with other NSAID medications, Flurbiprofen reduces certain prostaglandins which cause inflammation, pain, swelling, fever and other symptoms.
The dose is determined by your age, health condition, response to treatment, and other factors. Do not increase the dosage or take more than your doctor has prescribed. This can increase the risk of bleeding in the stomach. Flurbiprofen should not be taken more than 100 mg per dose.
Flurbiprofen comes in tablets with strengths of 50mg and 100mg. Adults aged 18-64 years can take 200 mg to 300mg per day. This is divided into two to four doses daily.
Flurbiprofen should not be used more than 100 mg, to be taken as a single dose. Flurbiprofen should be kept at room temperature to avoid moisture and heat.
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