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Alka-Seltzer Extra Strength Effervescent Tablets - 24 CT - 24.0 CT

Personal Care & Health
Antacid & Digestive Aids



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INGREDIENTS

Active Ingredients (in Each Tablet) ??? Purpose Anhydrous Citric Acid 1000 Mg ??? Antacid. Aspirin 500 Mg (nsaid)* - Analgesic. Sodium Bicarbonate (heat-treated) 1985 Mg ??? Antacid. *nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug.

WARNINGS

Warnings: Reye's Syndrome: Children And Teenagers Who Have Or Are Recovering From Chicken Pox Or Flu-like Symptoms Should Not Use This Product. When Using This Product, If Changes In Behavior With Nausea And Vomiting Occur, Consult A Doctor Because These Symptoms Could Be An Early Sign Of Reye's Syndrome, A Rare But Serious Illness. Allergy Alert: Aspirin May Cause A Severe Allergic Reaction Which May Include: Hives, Facial Swelling, Asthma (wheezing), Shock. Stomach Bleeding Warning: This Product Contains An Nsaid, Which May Cause Severe Stomach Bleeding. The Chance Is Higher If You: Are Age 60 Or Older. Have Had Stomach Ulcers Or Bleeding Problems. Take A Blood Thinning (anticoagulant) Or Steroid Drug. Take Other Drugs Containing Prescription Or Nonprescription Nsaids (aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Or Others). Have 3 Or More Alcoholic Drinks Every Day While Using This Product. Take More Or For A Longer Time Than Directed. Do Not Use If You Are Allergic To Aspirin Or Any Other Pain Reliever/fever Reducer. Ask A Doctor Before Use If: Stomach Bleeding Warning Applies To You. You Have A History Of Stomach Problems, Such As Heartburn. You Have High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Liver Cirrhosis, Or Kidney Disease. You Are Taking A Diuretic. You Have Asthma. You Have A Sodium-restricted Diet. Ask A Doctor Or Pharmacist Before Use If You Are: Presently Taking A Prescription Drug. Antacids May Interact With Certain Prescription Drugs.

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