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please help, how much naproxen can a 250lb diabetic take in one 24hr period?

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1,500 mg: If your kidney function is normal, the maximum dose is 1, 500 mg in a 24 hour period.

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Whats naproxen dosage for cramps?

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What is the difference between anaprox, (naproxen) naproxin?

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They are the same.: All medications carry two different names, there is the generic name which is the name of the actual drug (naproxen in this case) and the trade name from the company who sells it (anaprox in this case). Naproxen is sold under several other trade names but they are all essentially the same medication. Many times if you can find generic Naproxen at wal-mart you can save a dollar or two!
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Anything when taking aleve (naproxen)?

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Is naproxen related or similar to naprelan?

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Dr. James Marx
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Yes: Naprelan (naproxen) is an extended-release forumla of Naproxen purported to have less stomach irritation. Of course it is 100's of times more expensive and probably dosen't appreciably lower the risk of GI complications. Also, all nsaid's like Naproxen slightly increase the risk of vascular complications such as stroke, heart attack and high blood pressure.
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Whats anaprox (naproxen)?

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Dr. Josephine Ruiz-healy
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Naproxen: It is a non steroidal anti- inflammatory drug, and analgesic. They reduce fever help with pain and inlammation. Commonly used for joint pain and arthritis amongst other things. They are dosed every 12 hours and are not intended for long term use.

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