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If I took two aleves about an hour and a half ago and then I just took two aleve pm, should I be concern?
Max doses: max doses are set based upon the maximum benefit possible from a medication (in this case, patients who take more than 500mg naproxen at a time get no more pain relief than a dose of 500mg), but side effects continue to build at higher doses. For Alleve, you are likely to get stomach upset with excess dosing, possibly kidney damage or ulcers with recurrent excess. Once though is not worrisome. ...Read more
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No: We can only guess what causes diffuse large b-cell lymphoma, but we know there are at least 3 genetic subtypes. See: http://www.bloodjournal.org/content/105/5/1851 This implies gene mutations are very important in this disease, as in most (if not all) blood borne malignancies. As far as anyone knows, Aleve PM (or any drug like it ) does not cause genetic mutation or clearly increase cancer risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I took 800 mg ibuprofen at 730, now almost 130. I'm going to bed and was thinking of taking aleve pm, is this ok? I'm 250 lbs
NSAIDs: It is OK to use NSAIDS as directed, but the caution is for long term use or if contraindications exist with pre-existing gastrointestinal disease (ulcers), kidney issues, or bleeding issues. Recommendations are for dosing every 8 hours and should be followed, unless directed otherwise by your physician. Alleve and Ibuprofen are both NSAIDs. ...Read more
Yes: As long as it was ordered by your doctor for you. ...Read more
"i have had an headache for 4 hours i took 3 Aleve at 12:pm it gave me a little relief but it came back and i took 2 more 7:59pm i never get headache ?
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