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I took 10 500mg pills of naproxen so what should i expect?

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Dr. James Okamoto
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I hope: i hope that you didn't take all 10 at once! You should only take 1 every 12 hrs - taking it more frequently increases your risk of kidney damage and gastritis! Both are very serious. If you are taking it properly, you should notice a decrease in inflammation/pain.

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I took 7-500mg naproxen pills. Will I be ok?

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Possible OD issues: The maximum dosage range for Naprosyn is 500 mg 3x/day/ you ingested 3,500 mg: severe enough to cause kidney issues and gastric ulceration. I suggest immediate medical evaluation.

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