Allergic Reaction to Ibuprofen?

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An allergic reaction to ibuprofen occurs when one takes a medication. Mild allergic reactions to ibuprofen can cause hives, swelling, nausea, wheezing, skin blisters, itchy eyes and skin. Severe allergic reactions can cause shock, immobility, seizures, difficulty breathing, and in rare cases, death. A mild allergic reaction to ibuprofen is easily treated with a product like Benadryl, which is an antihistamine. If one is allergic to ibuprofen, they should avoid medications such as Advil and Motrin and read all medication labels before taking them.
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