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Tiaprofenic-Acid is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (also known as NSAID) that is effective in aiding patients who suffer from rheumatism (arthritis) and the symptoms that such disorders cause: inflammation, stiffness, swelling, and joint pain. Even though a therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid can easily ease one's symptoms, it is not able to cure the medical disorder that has caused them; thus, a therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid will only prove helpful during your constant intake of it.
A therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid is widely common especially among sufferers of rheumatism, arthritis and other types of medical conditions that lead to similar symptoms. Even if the intake of Tiaprofenic-Acid is able to radically improve the patient's general well being, in time, a constant intake of Tiaprofenic-Acid could trigger other severe symptoms, caused by unpleasant (and sometimes dangerous) complications. Ask your physician to provide you further details regarding the average treatment risks and benefits.


During your therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid, we recommend you to work up with your physician a regular appointment schedule and to stick to it. Through these regular appointments, which will probably be associated with regular medical exams, your doctor will be able to constantly monitor whether any potentially dangerous effects are occurring.
Patients who consume alcoholic beverages during their therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid ought to be aware of the fact that this makes them more prone to developing gastric (intestinal or stomach medical issues). Furthermore, if a patient is known to regularly consume 3 or more glasses of alcoholic drinks per day, he or she might not be allowed to start a therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid. If a therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid is vital for the patient's well being, he or she must be encouraged to reduce their daily amount of alcohol.
An organism that is affected by other medical issues might not respond well to a therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid. This is why patients who are known to be sufferers of any of the following medications ought to consider other ways of treatment, as a therapy with an NSAID is not the safest way to deal with their medical condition:
- Alcohol abuse;
- Anemia;
- Asthma;
- Bleeding problems;
- Crohn's disease (intestinal or stomach problems);
- Diabetes mellitus;
- Epilepsy;
- Fluid retention (swollen lower legs and / or feet);
- Heart disease;
- Hemorrhoids;
- High blood pressure;
- Kidney disease;
- Kidney stones;
- Liver disease (such as hepatitis);
- Low levels of blood white cells;
- Low platelet count;
- Mental illness;
- Parkinson's disease;
- Polymyalgia rheumatica;
- Porphyria;
- Rectal bleeding and / or irritation;
- Sores, ulcers, or white spots located in the patient's mouth;
- Stomach or colon bleeding and / or irritation;
- Systemic lupus erythematosus;
- Temporal arteritis;
- Tobacco use;

Intake Guidelines

Like most other medical products, Tiaprofenic-Acid comes with a professional label (an information sheet, which most patients find extremely useful).This is a reliable source of information which should be read with caution. If you still have questions regarding your future therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid you ought to check with your doctor or pharmacist. For an effective and safe experience with Tiaprofenic-Acid, you must not disobey from any of the instructions that you have been given by your physician (that concern your treatment or any changes that you ought to perform in your daily routine during your intake of Tiaprofenic-Acid). Tiaprofenic-Acid's effects are known to regularly appear after a week of intake; however, patients who are suffering from the most severe forms of arthritis, rheumatism and so on might have to wait for a couple of weeks until their symptoms start to improve. The full effects of your therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid will be visible after a month of treatment.


In order to make sure that you are using the proper dose of Tiaprofenic-Acid that you ought to, we recommend you to check with your personal physician. Even if you will find dosage instructions in the medicine's label, you might have to take in a different dose. Some patients ask for their physician's assistance in order to build up an appropriate treatment schedule.
Patients who are suffering from arthritis generally have to use a higher dose of Tiaprofenic-Acid during a flare-up of symptoms than they have to take in between them. Discuss this aspect with your doctor, as this means that your dose will vary depending on the changes that occur in your medical condition.


An overdose of Tiaprofenic-Acid can only occur if the patient alters the initial dose of Tiaprofenic-Acid that he has been indicated. The intake of double doses of Tiaprofenic-Acid could also affect sensitive individuals. We have no information regarding the possible symptoms that could be triggered by such a medical condition.

Missed Dose

In order to get the maximum beneficial effects from your therapy with Tiaprofenic-Acid, we recommend you to follow the exact dosing schedule that you have established with your personal physician. In case a missed dose happens to occur, ask your doctor for instructions. If you become unhappy with your initial dosing schedule, contact your doctor and ask him or her to make the necessary adjustments.

Side Effects

All non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (including Tiaprofenic-Acid) sometimes trigger these rare (but severe) side effects: fainting; irregular or fast breathing; irregular or fast pulse / heartbeat; facial hive-like swellings; swelling or puffiness of the eyelids; troubled breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, or chest tightness; stomach or abdominal or pain, cramping, and so on. Read the medicine's label for further information.


Tiaprofenic-Acid must not be combined with:
- Alcohol;
- Anticoagulants;
- Aspirin;
- Cefamandole;
- Cefoperazone;
- Cefotetan;
- Ciprofloxacin;
- Corticosteroids;
- Corticotropin;
- Enoxacin;
- Heparin;
- Itraconazole;
- Ketoconazole;
- Lomefloxacin;
- Norfloxacin;
- Plicamycin;
- Potassium supplements;
- Valproic acid;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Tiaprofenic-Acid may also be known as:
- Artroreuma;
- Fengam;
- Flamirex;
- Flanid;
- Surdolin;
- Thialgin;
- Tiaprofen;
- Tiaprofenic Acid;
- Tiaprorex;
- Torpas;
Without Prescription (2017)