Naproxen we have been told that this tablet is not good for the heart and to stop taking it. Is this true.
Not having great week.. my foot very very swollen and leg really red and not sure if from naproxen.. should I see dr or ER? Have you had this similar ?
Does anyone know if I can take Ibuprofen with cocodamol. My doctor has taken me off naproxen because I was feeling really nauseous all the time so I wondered if I could take Ibuprofen instead
I have been taking Naproxen and Co-codamol for about 3 years, and have suddenly become intolerant of the medication. I suffer severe nausea and feelings of discomfort. I have had to stop taking the tablets, and am now in constant pain. Does anyone have any suggestions for alternative pain relief for me please?
I have been fighting with the doctors about a diagnosis for years. Finally come up with fibromyalgia they haven't given me any pain meds except naproxen and amitripline and I have to waitress and I'm in a great deal of pain. Is there anything else you take that doesn't have to be prescribed to help you.
On Friday my Orthopedic Surgeon prescribed Meloxicam (15 mg - once daily). Was wondering anyone's thoughts on the effectiveness of this medicine. I am now taking Indomethacin (and from time to time Naproxen). Was wondering how it compares with those two. And, what's the best way to take it? In the morning? Noon? At night?
Thanks and God bless.
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