People that suffer from asthma may notice their asthma get worse when taking anti-inflammatories. If this does happen, they should stop immediately and consult with their doctor. Condition such as high blood pressure, heart failure/ disease, or kidney failure/ disease can also be made worse.
Anti-inflammatories can also have the following side effects: Nausea (feeling sick), diarrhoea, rashes, headache, dizziness, nervousness, depression, drowsiness, insomnia (poor sleep), vertigo (dizziness), and tinnitus (noises in the ear). These usually go away when the tablets are stopped. It is also important to chat to your doctor about the tablets reacting with other medication that you may be on, so it is important to always keep your doctor well informed of everything you are taking.