Coping with pain during your period is very unpleasant. More so if the pain is at its worst level. I personally suffer from terrible lower abdominal pain and sometimes accompanied by headache and nausea. The pain makes my body frail to the extent. If you have this kind of monthly dilemma, I have just the right solution.
Fortunately, this brand is an over-the-counter drug so you have easy access to it. EVE series is manufactured by SSP CO., LTD which was founded in 1765. They’re the first company to produce over-the-counter ibuprofen product in Japan. The series consists of 5 products that have slight differences, but have one common effect. That is to relieve pain.
Today, let me introduce you to one of EVE series painkillers that I first took this morning (yep, my first day today). I have tried a different one called EVE Quick before which really worked but this one surprisingly worked faster. It was probably less than 30 minutes that I felt no more pain at all. As I’m writing this right now, I feel so much better than this morning. The headache is gone. The nausea is also gone. This means that a single dose is all I need to completely ease the pain which is perfect for someone like me who dreads taking medicines.
EVE Quick DX is not just fast and effective, it is also gentle on the stomach as it contains magnesium oxide. Unlike other painkillers I’ve tried in my homeland before, this one doesn’t make my stomach feel empty or uncomfortable after taking. This drug can also get rid of headache, stiff shoulders, toothache, sore throat, joint pain, muscular aches, nerve pain, backache, pain from tooth extraction, pain from bruising, ear pain, pain from bone fracture, pain from sprain, and pain from trauma. Furthermore, it can reduce chills and fever as well.
Even if its gentle, you are still advised not to take this on an empty stomach. Unfortunately, those who are under 15 years old can’t take this.
Single dose = 2 tablets only
Drink with water.
Do not exceed 2 doses per day.
If symptoms persist, please consult a doctor.