NUROFEN ® Junior Fever and Pain Juice Strawberry
Active ingredient: Ibuprofen
Areas of application:
All: Short-term. symptomatic. Treatment of mild to moderate pain, fever; Coated tablets additionally: acute headache phase in migraine with and without aura, tension headache.
Contains maltitol, sodium and strawberry flavor (incl. propylene glycol);. In case of pain or fever, do not use longer than specified in the leaflet without medical advice!
For risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Reckitt Benckiser Deutschland GmbH – 69067 Heidelberg
Nurofen Junior Fever & Pain Juice 40mg/ml is a liquid ibuprofen suspension for fever and pain relief in children from 3 months and weighing 5 kg or more. It provides fast and long-lasting fever reduction - in 15 minutes for up to 8 hours. It is available in strawberry and orange flavors, both of which are well received by children. Thanks to the included dosing syringe, the suspension can be dosed and administered safely according to age and weight. The fever juice is free of lactose, gluten, dyes, sugar and alcohol and is therefore particularly well tolerated.
Nurofen Junior Fever & Pain Juice 40mg/ml is a liquid ibuprofen suspension for fever and pain relief in children from 3 months and weighing 5 kg or more.
• Rapid fever reduction in 15 minutes
• Long-lasting fever reduction for up to 8 hours
• Sugar-free, dye-free
• With dosing syringe for easy & safe dosing
Children, toddlers and babies are more likely to have fever than adolescents and adult.
A temperature of over 38.5°C is called fever. In newborns younger than 1 month, 38 °C is considered fever. It is caused by the body fighting an underlying infection, because an elevated temperature makes it harder for bacteria and viruses to multiply. Common causes of fever in children, babies and toddlers are, for example, the flu, colds, gastrointestinal infections, middle ear infections, infections of the urinary tract or kidneys, or vaccinations.
When teething, your baby's first teeth begin to push through the gums. This can cause the gums to become red, sore, and painful. This process takes about 8 days per tooth, which roughly includes the 4 days before and after the tooth erupts.
Not only adults suffer from headaches - children and adolescents can get them too. However, children can often experience headaches -- also known as cephalgia -- differently than adults, which means they can go unnoticed. Headaches in children can be accompanied by abdominal and back pain, and migraines by nausea.
In case of pain or fever, do not use longer than specified in the leaflet without medical advice!