What Is The Recommended Dosage For Naproxen 500

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Can 40 Of 500 Mgs Naproxen And 20 15 Meloxican Cause Death

can 40 of 500 mgs of naproxen and 20 of 15 mgs meloxican cause death? ## Both are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, which are known to be toxic at very high dosages, so yes, it is possible. Those amounts would exceed the known daily tosic levels of these medications and can be very dangerous. If someone takes more than the recommended dosage, your should contact your nearest emergency services and watch for danger signs, such as: extreme nausea and vomiting, trouble breathing and lowered heart rate and blood pressure. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ...

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Different Types Of Hydrocodone

i have a pill that is pink and shaped oblonged and on one side it has the number 93 and the other side 149.can you tell me what kind of pill it is? ## This tablet does not contain Hydrocodone, nor any narcotic of any type. The tablet with the 93 149 marking contains 500mgs of Naproxen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Learn more Naproxen details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## 500mg Naproxen by Teva USA. Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drug (NSAID). That dosage no longer recommended, 250mg should be the highest single dose anybody should take. Of all NSAIDs, naproxen is the least dangerous - they all, however, increase the chance of sudden stroke or heart attack by a significant degree; worst of all is DICLOFEN... ...

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