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emmie | 16:56 Wed 28th Oct 2020 | Body & Soul
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can someone advise if they have taken this medicine for pain relief, if it was
I have been prescribed it and will see how it goes, but am cautious as to it's
efficiency. does it interact with other meds. and do you need to take omeprazole with it.


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naproxine didnt come up with anything

The naproxen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is used to reduce swelling and to treat pain. This medicine may be used for painful joint problems such as arthritis. The lansoprazole is a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) that is used to prevent stomach ulcers that may be caused by the naproxen.

and yes I wd take a drug like lansop along with hit

Tramadol I am not keen on but some are:
some are very keen - hur hur hur

"Laura Plummer, 34, from Hull, was sentenced to three years in prison [Qena womens prison ]26 December 2017 for taking 290 Tramadol tablets into the country. She claimed the tablets were for her partner to ease his back pain. Ms Plummer, who was arrested in October 2017, was released from jail on Sunday, The Sun reported. 28 Jan 2019"

This was importing to Egypt - whammer-dol and wine puts the average Egyptian on the floor apparently. The partner above was NOT her husband who stayed in England singing tell Laura I love ....

this effect ( blammer-lammer) is not REALLY seem in anglos
Thank you pp, a most enjoyable post.
oh thank you
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so naproxin does have side effects, why don't doctors tell you these things. the last thing i need is more stomach problems. She has prescribed codeine, naproxine, and for me to buy dicolenac gel from the chemist
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What is the side effects of naproxen?
The more common side effects that occur with naproxen oral tablet include: stomach pain. constipation. diarrhea. gas. heartburn. nausea and vomiting. dizziness.

email all drugs " may" have side effects for a minority of users and the only way to find out if you are one of the minority is to try them. Even if they do, then usually the side effects wear off after a week or so.
With Naproxen if you take it at mealtimes,then you may never need the Omprazile. is emma.
I agree with Sqad, it's rare to get more than one side effect if at all and even then only mildly sometimes.

Emmie, there's no 'magic bullet'.
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ok, but i already have diarrhea, which i have been battling for over two years, vertigo, will try it, but should i have asked for some lansoprazole instead of omeprazole.
it does the same job
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ok thanks...
What are you doing up at this time Em?
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can't sleep LB, crashed out early then woke. bright awake....
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like now
Emmie - You seem like your own worse enemy at times. Do as the doctors say. They don't hand out medication willy nilly.

I'm on various meds and have experienced side effects. The side effects are better than the original problem though and they slowly go.

Unless you plan on going disco dancing or plan to join Tinder...why bother worrying about becoming reliant on prescribed drugs.

Would you rather live in pain than take tramadol? (I've never had it btw)

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ummm, i will take the various meds, and see if they have any effect.
i have given up trying to get more sleep.
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perhaps boaty will emerge early to keep me company, i can't read in this light so looks like i am stuck. i have woken four times now since i retired to bed. perhaps these meds may have a soporific effect and make you drowsy.
Haven’t read all answers but is it prescription only??
Emmie I can’t sleep either lol
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morning smow

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