Ibuprofen used to be registered as Brufen, and is part of a group of medicines called “nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS)”. When the term NSAIDS is mentioned, gastrointestinal disorders automatically come to mind. Does Ibuprofen cause constipation? Yes, it does, and because of that, it should be used with your gut health in mind, and only under the supervision of a medical practitioner.
Ibuprofen is most commonly used as an anti-inflammatory drug. When someone is diagnosed with Rheumatism, Gout, bursitis, or any other inflammation related condition, Ibuprofen is usually part of the medical prescription. Unfortunately, many patients use Ibuprofen irresponsibly. Read More