What Ibuprofen Does to the Body

Published 2021-11-05
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What Ibuprofen Does to the Body

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In this video, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses how ibuprofen interacts with various organs and tissues in the human body, and potential side effects to consider.

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Video Timeline

00:00 - 00:39 Intro
00:40 - 02:03 What is Ibuprofen and What is it Used For?
02:04 - 04:02 Medication Must First Be Absorbed
04:03 - 06:17 How Ibuprofen & NSAIDs Helps with Pain, Inflammation, Fever
06:18 - 08:00 LIVER: Can Ibuprofen & NSAIDs Hurt the Liver?
08:01 - 09:54 STOMACH: Can Ibuprofen & NSAIDs Hurt the Stomach?
09:55 - 13:59 KIDNEYS: Can Ibuprofen & NSAIDs Hurt the Kidneys?
14:00 - 15:04 Things to Consider When Taking Medications
15:05 - 16:33 Solving Puzzles

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Audio Credit: www.bensounds.com

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All Comments (21)
  • @clawcraziness
    I took ibuprofen every day for over a year. Ended up throwing up blood one night with no idea why, went to the ER and got diagnosed anemic, as well as the cause of the bleeding of course linked to way too much ibuprofen. could have died in my sleep at any moment honestly. The affects of this really should be talked about more if you take it in large amounts!
  • From an average Joe with just a weird interest in the absolute miracle of the human body….
    I have to say this guy is an AWESOME teacher.
  • Outstanding explanation; as a fellow physician I applaud your ability to explain something fairly complex (pharmacology) and do so in a way that a lay person could understand. Please keep up the good work and blessings to those individuals and families that donated their bodies for study.
  • @markbeames7852
    I was a researcher with NIH NIDDK for about a dozen years - 1991 to 2023. Your video is very well presented. Very accurate. Kudos.
  • @woodmanhugh
    My brother who was an Ophthalmologist himself , past of lung cancer a few years ago. He donated his body to science. I hope that his contribution has benefited those who are learning the science of medicine. He was an awesome teacher, friend and brother. Much missed. Blessings to those who have gone before us.
  • @lots3799
    I'm 68. I never heard anyone explain something as clear, easy to understand, and thorough as this. Excellent sir!! Thank you! I occasionslly take a 500mg tablet of Naproxin. But I was always afraid to take one because I drink 2- five drinks a day. When I do take one,I have something to eat first, and drink a glass of milk. I don't know if that helps my liver,or kidneys, or stomach, but I don't feel any side effects, but I will say the 500mg Naproxin works 100% to eliminate any pain. Like when I lifted something too heavy,and had low back pain.💊pain💨
  • @seanrallis6714
    Obligatory moment of respectful silence for the generosity of the deceased, whose contributions made this, and many other, educational videos possible.
  • I didn't realize this dude was an actual doc - he has a great personality and he looks so young. Great info - thx!
  • @k.d.miller9645
    I highly appreciate the time & effort you put into making a rather complicated topic more understandable to a lay person like myself. Thanks also to those who donated their bodies to science so other can learn. I will also be a donor one day. Your enthusiasm about your profession and teaching make it all the more interesting. A heartfelt thank you.
  • @Glorious353
    I’m so glad you are sharing this. I was taking Tylenol, ibuprofen and Aleve for sciatic pain. I started taking 1 Tylenol every other day, and sometimes times I’d switch and take ibuprofen. I increased to taking ibuprofen 1 every day. Within 6 months lab reports showed my liver enzymes increased from 22 to 153. I’m 75 and don’t take any other medication. I stopped taking all ANSIDS. Thank God all other vitals are good.
  • @BurtWilliamson
    This dude is brilliant! He takes the complex and breaks it down so that everyone can follow (who isn't allowing themselves distracted by 14 million other things).
  • @shannonpayne904
    Where was this dude when I was going through chiropractic school and in gross anatomy ? Omg you are amazing! Better than my best professors. The human body is amazing and I love learning about it
  • my wife almost died several years ago from taking Ibuprofen everyday with Coca Cola in the morning. It actually ate a whole in her stomach and she almost poisoned her own body. The surgeon had to cut out the bottom of her stomach and reattach the intestine. Then it had a small leak and she almost poisoned herself again due to that leak.
    My wife is now in her last semester of nursing school and will be a nurse in December. We love these videos. I am the husband Greg typing on my wife's account. hahahaha
  • Am watching this 2 years down the road and all the comments are beautiful and relevant to the subject matter. It is so helpful, especially that it relates to pain killers which we commonly use and abuse at times. Thank you.
  • @geoffb108
    It's about time someone explained this in an way the non trained person can understand.
    You are an exceptional teacher. Thank you. I'm sure you will go a long way in your medical career and your life.
    Well done my boy
  • @PatienceMelissa
    9:10. 9:40. 13:20. 14:29. Some people need to be educated on just dismissing taking ibuprofen on a daily basis. People have told me that their family member or friend is a PA and that taking all this ibuprofen is not going to hurt someone. Thank goodness I educate myself and try to stay away from medication due to its potential side effects. More people need to read up on this before spewing misinformation.

    Thank you, sir, for your valuable video.
  • This is the most randomly discovered but MOST informative channel I've recently subscribed to! I'm hooked man, the AMOUNT of detailed information about the human body is incredible! You're definitely appreciated doc!👍❤♾
  • This is THE most informative health/medical videos I’ve ever viewed. Thank you.
  • @bradd9903
    TLDW: Generally safe for the liver, it can thin out the protective barrier in the stomach but is pretty safe if taken here and there, kidneys are also fine but it causes vasoconstriction which can worsen existing kidney issues if taken daily for other issues. In summary, try not to take it daily or too frequently and you'll likely be fine. I'm not a doctor just summarizing his content.
  • @jeffandsue331
    Thank you for this informative and helpful learning video. You must know by now your teaching style is highly effective. The "show and tell" aspect helps drive home the points you are trying to make. It's quite enlightening how you help us visualize the body's reaction to NSAID's on a multi-organ standpoint. Your voice and bearing induce an almost hypnotic effect on the learners and make us want to stick around to see just where you are going.
    Kudos, sir! I only subscribe to the best and you are worthy. Lol.