The NHS explains that not being able to pee could be signalling a kidney problem linked to the painkiller.
On top of these five toilet signs, the health service adds side effects, such as black poo and blood in your pee, to the list.
Symptoms like these can signal a serious condition, including bleeding in your stomach.
So, it’s important to call a doctor or contact 111 “straight away” while ceasing the use of ibuprofen, the health body reminds.
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