I Took 15 Naproxen Will Be

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nikie Says:


My friend took 15 500 naproxen will she be ok



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nikie! How are you?

I'm not sure who took them, since your subject line and post disagree, but that is a dangerous dose and the person who took that many should seek medical attention.

If they did not suffer any adverse effects, they should still speak to their doctor, because they may have done permanent damage to their stomach, liver or other organs.

Were any ill effects experienced?

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