Naprosyn

NaprosynBoth Naprosyn and Naproxen are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and they are quite unique in their make up as the way they work when taken will help reduce the hormones that cause inflammation and pain in several different parts of the body, and as such over time they have become very commonly prescribed drugs for pain relief by Doctors all over the world.

There are many different conditions that do cause severe pain in the body for which both Naprosyn and Naproxen can help reduce those pains and those conditions are rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, tendinitis, bursitis, gout and also menstrual cramps.

Below you will find a range of different questions fully answered about both Naprosyn and Naproxen and you will also find information on where you can purchase these two drugs and also the possible side effects you may suffer from when taking them.

How to Purchase Naprosyn and Naproxen

You are going to find a very large and diverse range of stockists for both Naprosyn and Naproxen, you will find your local pharmacy will be able to dispense these two drugs, and also you will find they are both readily available from online pharmacy websites.

If you do choose to purchase either of these two drugs online then we would suggest that you make a few checks of your own to ensure you are fully confident that the site you are purchasing them from are approved and licensed stockists. Failing to check could result in your buying fake versions of these two drugs which is something you will not wish to do.

Side Effects of Naprosyn and Naproxen

There are quite a number of possible side effects that you could suffer from when taking either Naprosyn or Naproxen and these include but are not limited to chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance, black, bloody, or tarry stools, coughing up blood or vomit, swelling or rapid weight gain, reduced urine, nausea, upper stomach pain, itching, loss of appetite, fever and a sore throat.

Other recorded side effects include swelling in your face or tongue, burning in your eyes, skin pain, upset stomach, dark urine, clay coloured stools, jaundice, bruising, severe tingling, numbness, pain, muscle weakness, fever, headache, neck stiffness, chills, increased sensitivity to light, severe skin reaction, mild heartburn or stomach pain, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating, gas, dizziness, headache, nervousness, skin itching or rash, blurred vision and/or ringing in your ears.

Naprosyn Questions and Answers

Let us now move onto some of the most frequently asked questions regarding both Naprosyn and Naproxen, these are all answered below. Should you have any addition questions regarding these two drugs and wish to know whether they are going to be suitable of treating your current medical conditions or medical conditions in regards to pain relief then please do have a chat with your Doctor who is best placed to answer your questions based on your medical history.

  1. How does Naprosyn work?

    Naprosyn can be something of a fast acting drug and the way in which it works is quite easy to understand. When you take the correct dosage of this medication it reduces the hormones that can cause pain and inflammation. As such should you be suffering from a wide range of pain related conditions then you may find that it is prescribed to you when you seek medical assistance with your condition. Always read the label and the additional literatures that comes with Naproxen and always take your prescribed dose as it can and often will take effect in a short amount of time.

  2. Can I take Naprosyn with a heart condition?

    If you take Naprosyn then there is an increased risk of you having a heart attack or a stroke, and as such you need to make the Doctor who you have sought advice from, of any long term heart related medical conditions that you have been suffering, if that Doctor is not familiar with you or your conditions. You are advised not to take this drug if you have recently had heart surgery or any other form of heart related medical treatment.

  3. What should I do if I have shortness of breath after taking Naprosyn?

    There are a range of serious and not so serious side effects that you may experience when taking Naproxen, should you find that you are suffering from chest pains or a shortness of breath after taking a prescribed does of this drug then you need to seek urgent medical attention. Make sure that you or whoever is taking you to hospital takes you medication with you as that will alert the medical staff to the correct course of action to take based on the amount f Naproxen you have taken based on your medical history and the pain you are suffering from.

  4. Is Naprosyn a long term pain relief treatment?

    There are several drugs and medications that can safely be used over the long term to treat a wide range of pain related medical condition, and Naproxen is one of these types of drugs. If you are prescribed it by a Doctor then you will find that you may be recalled to the Doctors surgery at various time periods so he or she can check up on your progress and overall well being. Any side effects you are suffering from should of course be brought to the attention of the Doctor immediately.

  5. What happens if I miss a dose?

    If you miss a dose for whatever reason when taking Naprosyn at the specified time, then you should not take a double dose but should just take the standard dose you have been prescribed as soon as you can. There is a very real risk that if you take more than your prescribed does you may over dose, and if you do then you should seek medical advice immediately. Try and make your family members aware of when you should take your dose if you are likely to forget to take it so that they can remind you when to take it.

  6. Pregnancy and Naprosyn

    Taking Naprosyn when you are pregnant, trying for a baby, or breast-feeding may not be suitable as there are a range of side effects of this drug that may cause a reaction. With this in mind if you are pregnant or are thinking of getting pregnant or are breast feeding a baby then you should ensure your Doctor is aware of these facts. He or she will then be able to take that into account, and may prescribe an alternative course of treatment that will be more suitable to you, as there are many alternatives that are readily available are on offer.

  7. Am I likely to feel tired taking Naprosyn?

    Naprosyn can and may make you drowsy when you are taking it, whilst everyone will react differently when taking it as there is a chance of you becoming tired or getting a feeling of drowsiness you should be aware of this fact and not drive or operate machinery whilst taking it. You can of course discuss this with your Doctor who will advise you of the best course of action if you are getting tired or sleepy when taking it.

  8. Does Naprosyn cause an allergic reaction?

    There could be a very small chance that you will get an allergic reaction when you are taking Naprosyn, and as such at the first signs of any type of allergic reaction you should seek urgent medical attention, and also let the medical staff know that you have taken this drug so as they will know what antidote or medical treatment to give, whilst rare you may, if you do take this drug suffer from an allergic reaction.

  9. Dosage of Naprosyn and Interactions

    Naprosyn should only be taken as prescribed by your Doctor, and whilst there are many different pill sizes and doses of this drug you need to ensure that you are all times taking the prescribed dose as the right time, as there may be a risk of overdoing on this product.

    When taking Naprosyn there is also a risk that it may interact with other medications and drugs you are taking, and this is why your should alert and make aware any medical expert or your Doctor of all other drugs you are taking.

  10. Is Naprosyn an Addictive Drug?

    Naprosyn can be an addictive drug for some people, and this is why your Doctor should be ensuring that they regularly check up on you regarding the use of this drug when he or she has prescribed it to you. This drug can be taken for both short and long periods of time, however always make sure you are regularly being monitored by your medical expert or your own Doctor or one familiar with your condition.

    If you have any problems or are worried about the addictive nature of Naprosyn then please discuss this with your Doctor as there may be other more suitable drugs and medications that he can prescribe instead of this one which will have the same desired effect.