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FELBINAC STICK OINTMENT 3% "MIKASA" analgesic/anti-inflammatory agent



This is a transdermal preparation whose main ingredient is an anti-inflammatory drug.

It is hardly absorbed into the body (in the blood), so systemic side effects are unlikely.


Although it is easy to use, it is slightly less effective than similar oral medications and suppositories. In particular, it is not expected to have a good effect on severe inflammation in large joints such as the knees.



It is a topical medicine that contains anti-inflammatory drugs.

The active ingredients penetrate through the skin to the affected area and exert an anti-inflammatory effect. The inflammation then subsides, reducing swelling and pain. However, the cause of the disease itself cannot be cured. It is a symptomatic medicine that relieves symptoms.



The active ingredient, Felbinac, is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It has the effect of suppressing the biosynthesis of a substance called prostaglandin (PG), which causes inflammation. This is done by inhibiting cyclooxygenase (COX), a prostaglandin (PG) synthesizing enzyme.


Analgesic/anti-inflammatory for the following diseases and symptoms

Osteoarthritis, shoulder periarthritis, tendon/tendonitis, peritendinitis, humeral epicondylitis (tennis elbow, etc.), muscle pain, swelling/pain after trauma



l In general, apply an appropriate amount to the affected area and rub it in once to several times a day. Be sure to follow the instructions for use.

l Do not use on wounds, eyes, or mucous membranes.

l Do not cover the affected area where the medicine has been applied with anything that is not breathable, such as cling film.

l If you forget to use it, apply the next dose as soon as you remember. However, if it is almost time to use the next dose, remove the missed dose and use it as directed next time. Do not apply two doses at once.

l If you accidentally use too much, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

l Do not stop using it without your doctor's instructions.


Internal capacity




[People to be careful about]

The medicinal ingredients are absorbed throughout the body through the skin, albeit in small amounts. People who have had an asthma attack while taking painkillers or antipyretics (those with aspirin asthma) should not use this medicine.


  • Unsuitable case. .. People with aspirin asthma.
  • A case that requires caution. .. People with asthma.


Since it is an external medicine, there are almost no side effects. If your skin develops a rash, redness, or itching, consult your doctor. People with asthma should be careful to avoid triggering an attack.



[Severe side effects]

(Although it is rare, please be careful of early symptoms etc.)

Shock, anaphylaxis, feeling unwell, cold sweats, pale face, cold/numb hands and feet, hives, redness all over the body, swelling of the face and throat, wheezing, difficulty breathing, dizziness, drop in blood pressure, darkness in front of the eyes and loss of consciousness.



Rash, itching, rash, redness, irritation, etc.



Active ingredientFelbinac

Dosage formwhite to pale yellowish white translucent solid ointment, (bottle) white, (cap) blue

Imprint or print on wrappingMZ-FBS


FELBINAC STICK OINTMENT 3% "MIKASA" Taisho analgesic/anti-inflammatory agent


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