Generic Name: Naproxen
Classification of Naprelan
- Blood Thinner
- Steroid Medicine
- Blood Pressure Medicine
- Allergic reaction such as itching, swelling in the face or hands, swelling/tingling in the throat or mouth, chest tightness, and trouble breathing.
- Skin rash
- Dark urine or loss of appetite
- Unusual bleeding
- Vision changes
- Stomach pain
- Yellow skin or eyes
- Pain in the lower leg
- Do not use if you have had an allergic reaction to naproxen, aspirin, or other any NSAID or if you have asthma.
In a prescription-strength of this drug it will come with a medication guide in which it will tell you how much of the medicine to take.
If you happen to miss a dose you are to take it as soon as you remember or if close to time for your next dose wait until then and then take it regular.
Small children- 10 mg a day divided up into two doses.
Adult- 500 to 1,000 mg daily in two divided up doses.
Pregnancy and Lactation
Store in a closed container at room temperature, away from heat, moisture, and direct light. If it is an oral liquid do not freeze it. Should be stored at a temperature of 15 degrees to 30 degrees celcius.