Sometimes it may happen, especially with products of exponential and trigonometric functions, that executing two integrations by parts keeping the same structure for $u$ and $v$ returns the initial integral, with a change of sign, together with a remainder function:

In this case, executing more integrations by parts will not solve the integral; instead it is ready to be solved from the previous expression as if it was a completely normal equation

Depending on the integral, positive constants (usually squared) may accompany the initial integral; this is no inconvenience for the integral to be solved