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Purchase non-prescription Naprosyn

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2Rx UK

Product name : Aleve

Dosage : 250 mg, 500 mg

Quantity : 30, 100, 200 pills

Min price : $0.45 per pill

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Shipping methods : Regular Airmail, Express Courier (US only)

Shipping cost : $15.00

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Ok Pharm

Product name : Generic Naprosyn

Dosage : 250 mg, 500 mg

Quantity : 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, 360 pills

Min price : $0.60 per pill

Delivery : Worldwide

Shipping methods : International Unregistered Mail, Trackable Courier Service

Shipping cost : $9.95

Bonuses : 5-8% discount on re-order, free sample pills

Payment methods : Visa MasterCard American Express

Oxi Pharm

Product name : Generic Naprosyn

Dosage : 250 mg, 500 mg

Quantity : 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, 360 pills

Min price : $0.63 per pill

Delivery : Worldwide

Shipping methods : International Unregistered Mail, Trackable Courier Service

Shipping cost : FREE

Bonuses : free sample pills, 5-8% discount on re-order

Payment methods : Visa MasterCard American Express

Other Names

Aleve, Anaprox, Naprosyn.


Naprosyn (naproxen) belongs to a group of drugs known as Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs). It modulates inflammation by inhibiting two enzymes (cyclooxygenase (COX) 1 and 2). These two enzymes produce mediators of inflammation and pain known as prostanoids such as prostacyclin, prostaglandins and thromboxane. Naprosyn is used to relieve pain and to reduce the symptoms of inflammation in patients with various conditions including muscle aches, headaches, osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylitis tendonitis, menstrual cramps as well as dental pain. The drug has also found use in reducing swelling, pain and join stiffness associated with rheumatoid arthritis, gout and bursitis attacks.

How To Take

The route of admission of naprosyn is commonly oral. The recommended dosage depends on the age of the patient (and in children body weight), the condition being treated as well as the response to treatment. Usually, the drugs come with Medication Guides provided by the pharmacist, which give directions on the recommended dosages for various conditions. The drug should be taken with a full 8-ounce glass of clean water. Alternatively, the drug can be taken with milk, antacid or food to prevent stomach upset and heartburn. It is also not advisable to lie down for up to 10 minutes after taking the drug to reduce the risk of stomach upset. Naprosyn is usually taken two to three times per day. For rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and osteoarthritis, the recommended dose is 250 milligrams to 500 milligrams two times a day. For menstrual cramps, the recommended dose is 500 mg first, followed by 250 mg every 6 to 8 hours but the daily cut off should be 1,250 mg. The recommended dose for pain arising from muscle and skeletal injuries is 250 mg 2 or 3 times each day. These are mere suggestions; you need to stick with what your doctor recommends. Do not take higher doses than those recommend or more often than advised. For conditions that require long-term medication with naprosyn, carry on taking the medication as per the direction of your doctor. It is also wise to take the medication with the inception of pain rather than after the pain has worsened because the drug tends to work better early in the onset of pain.

Side Effect

All NSAIDs have side effect that at times limit their use in certain individuals. The side effects associated with naprosyn can be either mild or serious. The mild unwanted effects are usually common and do not warrant discontinuation of the medication. Conversely, the serious side effects are rare and if they happen, the medication should be discontinued. The common mild side effects include nausea, heartburn, stomach upset, drowsiness, headache or dizziness. These effects should improve with time but if they persist or worsen, you need to consult your doctor or pharmacist immediately. The rare, more serious side effects associated with the use of naprosyn are easy bleeding/bruising, dysphagia (difficult/painful swallowing), mental/mood changes, hearing changes (ringing sensation in the ears), edema of the feet/ankles, unexplained weight loss, unexplained stiff neck, unusual exhaustion and vision changes. A potentially fatal side effect to watch out for is liver disease. It may also cause catastrophic allergic reactions although this is extremely rare.


If you have hypersensitivity to NSAIDs then you should avoid naprosyn. If you have a medical history of asthma, blood disorders, nasal polyps, liver disease, heart disease, high blood pressure, heartburn, kidney problems and stroke then you should let you doctor know so that he or she can advise you appropriately. Smoking and daily use of alcohol can increase the risk of bleeding from the stomach if you are on naprosyn medication. Limit the amount of alcohol you take and stop smoking to avoid catastrophic stomach bleeding. Since the drug may make you dizzy and drowsy, avoid driving if you are on medication. Furthermore, you need to consult your doctor before you take naprosyn in case you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Should you miss a dose, for one reason or another, take it as soon as possible. However, if the time for the next dose is approaching take only that dose. Do not increase dose to over for the one you missed or take the recommended dose more frequently to cover for the doses not taken. If you are not sure of what to do after a missed dose then contact your doctor or the pharmacist.

Drug Interractions

If you are on other medications, you need to take precautions because these drugs may interfere with actions of naprosyn and increase its side effects or reduce its potency and efficacy. Other drugs that might interact with this medicine include Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) inhibitors (lisinopril and captopril), angiotensin II receptor blockers (valsartan and losartan), corticosteroids (prednisone), lithium and cidofovir. The risk of bleeding may increase several folds if you take this medication with other drugs are also known to cause bleeding such as anti-clotting drugs or antiplatelet drugs (clopidogrel and warfarin). Similarly, the medication should not be taken with other analgesics (such as celecoxib, ibuprofen, ketorolac, aspirin and other NSAIDs).

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