Nurofen Cold & Flu Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Nurofen Coughs, Colds & Flus
Description:Brand: Nurofen / Type: Coughs, Colds & Flu / Dosage Form: Tablets / Nurofen Cold and flu combines the painkilling power ... more
Nurofen Cold & Flu Tablets ... of ibuprofen with pseudoephedrine / a strong non-drowsy decongestant / to give you relief from cold or flu symptoms / While ibuprofen gets to work easing your aches and reducing your fever, pseudoephedrine acts on the blood vessels in your nose, helping clear congestion / So in no time youll feel like your old self again.
Newest Review: ... that don't contain gelatin as I'm a vegetarian. I went for Nurofen as it didn't contain caffeine and said it would help my ... more
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by - written on 25/01/14 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I've been absent from dooyoo for a few days due to feeling pretty cruddy with cold/flu symptoms. This includes (but isn't limited to); blocked nose, runny nose, blocked ears, sore throat, headache, sinus pain/blockage, dry chapped lips and general lethargy. I only get ill once every 2-3 years so I am feeling whiny and hard done to, and I've taken to wondering around the house in my dressing gown clutching a toilet roll, blistex and E45 cream for my very sore nose (which is not a good look) I decided I needed some tablets! ~Nurofen Cold and Flu~ I stood in Boots trying to decide what to buy for ages. Do I need paracetamol, ibuprofen, tablets, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/10, updated on 02/03/12 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Nurofen Cold and Flu tablets contain Ibuprofen which is a painkiller along with pseudoephedrine which is a non-drowsy decongestant. This means you are taking two medicines at once so increasing your relief from the cold and flu symptoms. The ibuprofen would help to take down a high temperature as well as helping to relieve symptoms like head ache and other aches and pains you get with flu and the decongestant would help to clear congestion by helping to reduce the size of the swollen blood vessels in the nose which is what gives you the blocked up feeling when you have a cold. The directions say this product is for adults only and you should take two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
When I have problems with Migraines it is so tough to find a tablet which works and actually delivers success. Nurofen have always been a tablet I have appreciated because they seem to work quickly and they do deliver quick results. I say the Migraine tablets on the shelf recently in a pack of 12 for £2.43. They are oblong in size and you are meant to swallow 1 or 2 three times a day and they do contain a large amount of Ibuprofen Lysine. I have found that when I take these during migraine that they dont work straight away as within minutes but within about 20 minutes the results begin to show and your left with a head which gets better ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/10 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I use these ONLY when I get a really bad cold. They are extremely effective in the sense that they allow me to breathe again. I'm slightly claustrophobic and can't bear the feeling you get during a cold where your own face is trying to suffocate you. Occasionally if I take them towards the end of a cold where the stuffy nose is less of an issue I get a strange sensation where, if anything, my nose has been de-stuffed a bit too much, it is hard to describe, but it ends up giving me a slight headache and while it lasts I avoid breathing too deeply through my nose till it calms down again. I'd rather live with the odd feeling that gives than have a bunged up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
The wife always has lots of Tablets in the house. Although she swears by Supermarket tablets, as they do seem to do the job of the more expensive ones out there, sometimes when a brand named tablet is on offer she will buy them. These were on offer for £1 a couple of months ago, so she was taken by this special price and the promise of clearing up Cold symptoms so she bought them. I think the right price for these are upwards of £2, so seemed like a good enough buy to me. There is 12 tablets in a pack. These are meant to help with all the usual Cold and Flu symptoms such as headaches, Sore throat, Aches, pains, Fever and so on. She advises me to take tablets ... Read the complete review
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