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BUY Naproxen 500mg . Naproxen is a painkiller
belonging to a class of drugs called non-steroidal anti-
inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Other well known
NSAIDs include aspirin, ibuprofen and diclofenac.
Naproxen tablets is a stronger anti-inflammatory than
aspirin and ibuprofen; it is thought to be similar in strength
to diclofenac but carries fewer risks and side effects.
It can be used to treat pain where there is also inflammation
present such as sprains, strains and mild arthritis.
What is Naproxen used for?
A non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, Naproxen is used
for reducing pain and inflammation in the body. It does this
by reducing the hormones that are causing the swelling.
Naproxen is frequently used to treat conditions like muscle pain, arthritis, period pain and gout.
What’s the difference between Naproxen and other pain treatments?
Naproxen 500mg tablets are a prescription-strength
anti-inflammatory and painkiller. They are stronger than
the over-the-counter treatments such as ibuprofen and aspirin.
Naproxen and diclofenac are thought to have similar effects
although Naproxen is thought to carry less risk of unwanted effects.
Naproxen and other NSAIDs are better at inflammation
and swelling compared to paracetamol. Naproxen 500mg
tablets are a stronger painkiller than paracetamol, however
they can be taken together when extra pain relief is required.BUY Naproxen 500mg
Naproxen does not have the potential to be habit forming
like opiate-based painkillers such as codeine.
Taking Naproxen with other painkillers
You can take Naproxen together with paracetamol and
opioid-type painkillers such as codeine, co-codamol,
tramadol or morphine. This is because Naproxen is
primarily an anti-inflammatory, whereas codeine is an opiate used to treat pain.
However, don’t take aspirin or other related anti-
inflammatory painkillers (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen or
diclofenac, as this heightens the risk of side effects on
the stomach and intestines. If you take selective inhibitors
of COX-2 such as etoricoxib or celecoxib you should not take Naproxen for the same reason.
Unlike aspirin, Naproxen does not thin the blood,
but the use of blood thinners (like aspirin) alongside Naproxen is not recommended.
Drinking alcohol is fine while taking Naproxen, but it’s
advised to stay within moderate quantities, as too much
alcohol can irritate the stomach. Naproxen can sometimes
lead to feeling dizzy or sleepy, therefore you shouldn’t do
any driving while taking it until you know how it affects you.
It is important to remember that cold and flu remedies and over-the
-counter painkillers often contain ibuprofen or aspirin.
For this reason, you should avoid these medications while
you’re taking Naproxen to prevent an accidental interaction.
Check the ingredients of other medicines you wish to take before buying or, ask us for advice.
You should also check with us before you buy anti-inflammatory
gels (such as ibuprofen, diclofenac, ketoprofen or piroxicam)
for use alongside Naproxen tablets because this is not
safe for everyone and the dosage may be too high.
For pregnant women, paracetamol is usually recommended
to control pain during pregnancy. If this doesn’t work and you
need something stronger, it’s important to speak to a doctor
before taking any NSAIDs during pregnancy.