Ip 190 500 Hydrocodone

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David Says:
Hi Chloe,

Based on the description provided, I found your pill marked IP 190 500 to be Naproxen (500 mg).

Naproxen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug commonly used for the reduction of moderate to severe pain, fever, inflammation and stiffness.

For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below...

If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you.

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ashley Says:
My Dr gave me some a while ago..do they expire? I am in pain again would it be okay to take one

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concerned citizen Says:
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I hope she didn't take the pill not knowing what it was and being illegal to take someone elses med. Also, I would not post online that this happened or someone responding.

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ashani Says:
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It won't hurt you to take medications that are expired, they just may have NO effect. Medications, normally, are only effective up to six months after expiration date.

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BL Says:
They don't arrest people for taking someone else rx that is Naproxen.

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tonya Says:
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Well these pills help my grout

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Becky Says:
I read Ashani's reply to taking meds after the expiration date , is that person a doctor ? I would also like to know about the expiration date ,because Mine ( Ip190 ) is also expired (from 11/ 2012) I sprained my ankle recently and I wanted to take something to reduce the swelling and throbbing . found the leftover meds in my medicine cabinet . Took one last night and slept like a baby . Decided to go online and see if there was any info concerning the date or am I just extremely susceptible to the idea of what they did for me before? :)

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Susan Says:
I'm 65yrs. Old I have Fibroymaliga--for 30yrs. Also add to that Osteoporosis,Ostoarithis,Musclespams daily. I am currently on Perrecott 10/325 , a close friend gave me a couple of ip190/500 . Is there any bad reaction to this?

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Sparkles Says:
If your medication past the expiration date that doesn't mean your medicine is bad it just gets a bit weaker. So if you're prescribed to take one pill of something you'll probably need 2 or more for the same effectiveness of the medicine. And this is coming from my fiance a pharmacist.

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Sparkles Says:
Susan, IP 190/500 is Naproxen (generic Aleve) It's just a stronger dose. One pill is 500mg rather than the 200 or 250mg pill you get over the counter. As with any medication take as prescribed. But as far as side effects it's no different than Aleve or Advil (generic name Ibuprofin).

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cjj Says:
NO one is a pain killer and the other is a anti inflammatory so it wont hurt to mix. Just eat prior ..

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Slavs Says:
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And you are such a good person, like your fart don't stink lol

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Lacey S Says:
It most definitely can hurt you to take an expired medication. My nephew took expired ibuprofen and because it was old it had changed into a different compound. At least that was the way the doctor explained it to us in the ER. Even though he wasn't allergic to ibuprofen, he was allergic to this new compound and his entire face swelled to about 3x its normal size. His lips were swelled to around 10x their normal size. Who knows what would have happened had he not gotten to the ER as fast as he did or if he had taken more than he did.

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maggie Says:
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So the pill isn't hydrocodone?

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BL Says:
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Maggie, no it is not hydrocodone. It is a non narcotic.

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ENR Says:
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Will this make me fail a drug panel?

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8BallAndrews Says:
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They said Qualudes expired, that s*** was a lie lololol

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been there done that Says:
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E.R DOCTORS ARE A JOKE!! Told me nothing wrong with my back and I lost three discs in my back..also told me nothing wrong and had to have kidney stone surgically removed..so get more opinions before u take their word..be careful who u listen to..lots of i****s out there INCLUDING DOCTORS!!!

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Stefani Says:
Naprosyn genetric name: NAPROXEN

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