Advil being a nonsteroidal drug that targets hormones causing inflammations like sweelings, pain, and fever are met to be taken as prescribed by pharmacist. They are ibuprofen drugs that must be avoided if you are asthma and shouldn't be used along side aspirin. They could cause bleeding of the stomach and small intestine if taken in overdose. Advil must be avoided before or after bypass surgery of coronary artery.
Advil are taken to reduced pain caused by menstrual cramps, toothaches, headaches and arthritis. Advil can be taken by adults and children that are above six months old.
Advil can cause acute heart attack or stroke if use in long term or high use of it. It is very risky for those suffering from heart disease to take it. You should not use this medicine if you are allergic to any ibuprofen drugs, and if you had asthmatic attacks in the past.
Use Advil in smaller dose that will take care of your pain and don't use longer than recommended period. See you doctor before using Advil. And also ask your doctor how safe it is to use Advil if you had any of the following:
High blood pressure, heart attack, blood clot, high cholesterol, stroke etc.