What are L-Pain tablets for period cramps?
L-Pain is an only medicine certified specifically for the treatment of menstrual pain in Japan. It contains two active principles: ibuprofen and butylscopolammonium bromide. Ibuprofen is a widely-used painkiller blocking the release of prostaglandins. Butylscopolammonium bromide is an antispasmodic medication. While most antispasmodics are effective only for the upper part of the body, like head or shoulders, this substance is used to treat abdominal cramps of various genesis. L-Pain tablets relieve pain and reduce spasms during periods, treating both symptoms and the cause of pain. This medicine is safe for even young women of 15 years an older.
Active principles: ibuprofen 150 mg, butylscopolammonium bromide 10 mg
Amount: 12 tablets
Maker: Kowa Co. Ltd., Nagoya, Japan
Indications: menstrual pain
How to take
Take 1 tablet at a time, with water. Up to 3 times a day with intervals of at least 4 hours between intakes.
- do not use for children under 15 years old,
- do not use for pregnant women within the last 12 weeks of pregnancy,
- do not use for patients with glaucoma,
- pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult with their doctor before use,
- patients with dysuria should consult with their doctor before use.
This medicine is designed for a short-term use. Do not use it for a long time. If the pain isn't relieved within 5-6 times of intake, stop using the medicine and consult with your doctor, as it may be a symptoms of uterus disease.
Do not take the alcohol shortly before or after taking this medicine. Do not drive a car, work at heights or operate dangerous machinery shortly after taking this medicine.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.