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Ibuprofen

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by *angela*, 15 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. *angela*

    *angela* Well-Known Member

    Morning :) just wondering if there's any syn value in ibuprofen liquid capsules as I've had to take a couple this morning? I know there's syns in cod liver oil capsules but thinking that's coz it contains oil... Any ideas? Thanks in advance x

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  3. SarahLou84

    SarahLou84 Active Member

    I don't think you are meant to Syn medication.

    I hope you feel better soon x
     
  4. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Well-Known Member

    God I hope you don't have to syn medication I take 70 tablets a week LOL!
     
  5. lolacola

    lolacola Well-Known Member

    I believe cod liver oil is synned (or it was) at half a syn per capsule. That said, I haven't been to class since 2011 so maybe someone more up-to-date may correct me :D
     
  6. Chicaloca

    Chicaloca Well-Known Member

    You dont syn medication however, why take a sugar syrup when there are tablets available?
     
  7. susie161

    susie161 Well-Known Member

    Ooh 'eck, Lydia. You must rattle! LOL
     
  8. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Well-Known Member

    Haha yep it feels that way sometimes!!
     
  9. Lily

    Lily Well-Known Member

    You don't even have to syn cod liver oil capsules now. This is from SW Online:

     
  10. Missneen

    Missneen Member

    I think the only medications that are synned are like your cough syrups, throat lozenges like halls and strepsils
     

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