Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020067/002.

Names and composition

"EC-NAPROSYN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NAPROXEN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020067/002 EC-NAPROSYN NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 375MG
020067/003 EC-NAPROSYN NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 500MG

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Answered questions

Naproxen?? what is this for?
i found a pill bottle on the ground outside of my building and i was wondering what it is for.... the bootle said xanax but then when i looked up the pill and what it looked like the results said naproxen. Asked by Antonio Rhoney 1 year ago.

Naproxen is in a group of drugs called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. Naproxen is used to treat pain or inflammation caused by conditions such as arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, tendinitis, bursitis, gout, or menstrual cramps. Brand Names: Aleve, Anaprox, Comfort Pac with Naproxen, EC-Naprosyn, Midol Extended Relief, Naprelan, Naprosyn Answered by Wan Boltz 1 year ago.

Naproxen sodium is Aleve. Xanax is a anti-anxiety medication. Just because the bottle says one thing doesn't mean that's what is in it. If you look up the medications there are sites that give the description of the pill - usually there's a number imprinted in it....should tell you for sure. Answered by Walter Tuccillo 1 year ago.

Naproxen is for pain. Usually arthritis pain. Answered by Jaleesa Hoehne 1 year ago.

Naproxen is used for pain. They sell it over the counter in smaller doses, and the brand name is Alieve. Answered by Eartha Magitt 1 year ago.

Naproxen is the same same as Alieve - mild pain/ anti-inflammatory Answered by Gilda Polich 1 year ago.

naproxyn is an anti-inflammatory medicine, sold over the counter as Aleve. Xanax is a benzodiazipine, a prescription only medication and addictive. suggest if the bottle is not yours, you should throw it and the contents away.... you don't know what those pills could be. Answered by Isabelle Schweppe 1 year ago.

It's a pain pill. Alieve or prescription strength. Answered by Clinton Cianciotta 1 year ago.

its for pain but its not a narcotic. Answered by Alan Primes 1 year ago.


I took 2 aleeves 10 hours ago, can i take nyquil?
Asked by Marion Gruger 1 year ago.

Naproxen, Naprelan and Anaprox ... better known as Aleve has a daily dosage of 250-500 mg twice daily (every 12 hours) using regular naproxen tablets. The usual dose for Naprelan controlled release tablets is 750 to 1000 mg given once daily. For EC-Naprosyn, the usual dose is 375-500 mg twice daily. Naproxen should be given with food to reduce upset stomach. Personally I don't think it will hurt you but then again I'm not a Doctor. Maybe wait until it's been exactly 12 hours then take the NyQuil ... Answered by Ivelisse Abdula 1 year ago.

It feels like you are now not sleepy but. Is the Nyquil so that you can get to mattress, or is it to aid different signs? If I have been you, I'd learn the bottle's recommendations very cautiously and if there may be whatever you do not fully grasp at the bottle, appear it up and appear additionally for feasible drug interactions with the opposite drugs or nutrients, and many others that you simply possibly taking furthermore to alcohol. The more thing is if you happen to relatively simply must go to sleep, you would desire to check out homeopathic treatments first like sleepytime tea or studying an excessively lengthy guide. Answered by Olimpia Willmon 1 year ago.

Yes it should be just fine if you are home ready to crash for the nigh. Dont be driving ya know. Always check the labels before hand. They may have a time limit that they wear off. But 10 hours I would chug some nyquil. I love the stuff because it knocks me out! Answered by Roxie Villescaz 1 year ago.


Does anybody know about Naproxen?? please help..?
All I need to know is if you can get high off of it..I took some a couple hours ago and my pain hasnt gone away and i need to take another one but i dont want to get high off of it. please help. Asked by Enola Marecki 1 year ago.

Naproxen Sodium a.k.a. Aleve is an anti-flammatory and will not get you high. Hospitals dispense, by prescription only, higher doses than what is available over the counter. You should read the label of the bottle you have and/or refer to any leaflet given to you by the pharmacy if it was prescribed to you. Generally though: DOSING: The usual adult dose is 250-500 mg twice daily using regular naproxen tablets. The usual dose for Naprelan controlled release tablets is 750 to 1000 mg given once daily. For EC-Naprosyn, the usual dose is 375-500 mg twice daily. Naproxen should be given with food to reduce upset stomach. If you have any further questions about it or about any medication or over the counter medication at any time please call a pharmacy. They will tell you everything you need to know. Answered by Rosalina Montogomery 1 year ago.

Naproxen, Darvocet, and even the simple Ibiprofin, or Advil. Naproxen is a muscle relaxer, and Darvocet is a calmer version of vicodin. I had surgery and had to take vicodin, and because of vicodin I have an ulcer and got addicted. I wouldnt reccomend Vicodin. Thats why I took darvocet, its easier on the stomache and gives a calmer, relaxing high. Well not high, but i think you know what i mean. Good luck. Answered by Rocio Wildman 1 year ago.

actually I get sick off of Naproxen with an upset stomach so be careful Answered by Genevie Hanneken 1 year ago.

NO you can't get high off of it but you can take too much and mess yourself up. You must not take more than 2 every 24 hours. People don't realize it but OTC pain relievers can mess up your liver if you take too much. Answered by Miki Magbitang 1 year ago.


Naproxen?? what is this for?
i found a pill bottle on the ground outside of my building and i was wondering what it is for.... the bootle said xanax but then when i looked up the pill and what it looked like the results said naproxen. Asked by Dede Billingsley 1 year ago.

Naproxen is in a group of drugs called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. Naproxen is used to treat pain or inflammation caused by conditions such as arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, tendinitis, bursitis, gout, or menstrual cramps. Brand Names: Aleve, Anaprox, Comfort Pac with Naproxen, EC-Naprosyn, Midol Extended Relief, Naprelan, Naprosyn Answered by Odell Faulkenburg 1 year ago.

Naproxen sodium is Aleve. Xanax is a anti-anxiety medication. Just because the bottle says one thing doesn't mean that's what is in it. If you look up the medications there are sites that give the description of the pill - usually there's a number imprinted in it....should tell you for sure. Answered by Justa Brisbin 1 year ago.

Naproxen is for pain. Usually arthritis pain. Answered by Adam Siem 1 year ago.

Naproxen is used for pain. They sell it over the counter in smaller doses, and the brand name is Alieve. Answered by Nathalie Kundanani 1 year ago.

Naproxen is the same same as Alieve - mild pain/ anti-inflammatory Answered by Rodney Mundel 1 year ago.

naproxyn is an anti-inflammatory medicine, sold over the counter as Aleve. Xanax is a benzodiazipine, a prescription only medication and addictive. suggest if the bottle is not yours, you should throw it and the contents away.... you don't know what those pills could be. Answered by Melonie Sonnek 1 year ago.

It's a pain pill. Alieve or prescription strength. Answered by Lacie Ercolano 1 year ago.

its for pain but its not a narcotic. Answered by Kendall Mondello 1 year ago.


I took 2 aleeves 10 hours ago, can i take nyquil?
Asked by Verdell Furmanik 1 year ago.

Naproxen, Naprelan and Anaprox ... better known as Aleve has a daily dosage of 250-500 mg twice daily (every 12 hours) using regular naproxen tablets. The usual dose for Naprelan controlled release tablets is 750 to 1000 mg given once daily. For EC-Naprosyn, the usual dose is 375-500 mg twice daily. Naproxen should be given with food to reduce upset stomach. Personally I don't think it will hurt you but then again I'm not a Doctor. Maybe wait until it's been exactly 12 hours then take the NyQuil ... Answered by Darnell Bovee 1 year ago.

It feels like you are now not sleepy but. Is the Nyquil so that you can get to mattress, or is it to aid different signs? If I have been you, I'd learn the bottle's recommendations very cautiously and if there may be whatever you do not fully grasp at the bottle, appear it up and appear additionally for feasible drug interactions with the opposite drugs or nutrients, and many others that you simply possibly taking furthermore to alcohol. The more thing is if you happen to relatively simply must go to sleep, you would desire to check out homeopathic treatments first like sleepytime tea or studying an excessively lengthy guide. Answered by Raguel Skala 1 year ago.

Yes it should be just fine if you are home ready to crash for the nigh. Dont be driving ya know. Always check the labels before hand. They may have a time limit that they wear off. But 10 hours I would chug some nyquil. I love the stuff because it knocks me out! Answered by Kenneth Frosch 1 year ago.


Does anybody know about Naproxen?? please help..?
All I need to know is if you can get high off of it..I took some a couple hours ago and my pain hasnt gone away and i need to take another one but i dont want to get high off of it. please help. Asked by Deeanna Leh 1 year ago.

Naproxen Sodium a.k.a. Aleve is an anti-flammatory and will not get you high. Hospitals dispense, by prescription only, higher doses than what is available over the counter. You should read the label of the bottle you have and/or refer to any leaflet given to you by the pharmacy if it was prescribed to you. Generally though: DOSING: The usual adult dose is 250-500 mg twice daily using regular naproxen tablets. The usual dose for Naprelan controlled release tablets is 750 to 1000 mg given once daily. For EC-Naprosyn, the usual dose is 375-500 mg twice daily. Naproxen should be given with food to reduce upset stomach. If you have any further questions about it or about any medication or over the counter medication at any time please call a pharmacy. They will tell you everything you need to know. Answered by Hank Amela 1 year ago.

Naproxen, Darvocet, and even the simple Ibiprofin, or Advil. Naproxen is a muscle relaxer, and Darvocet is a calmer version of vicodin. I had surgery and had to take vicodin, and because of vicodin I have an ulcer and got addicted. I wouldnt reccomend Vicodin. Thats why I took darvocet, its easier on the stomache and gives a calmer, relaxing high. Well not high, but i think you know what i mean. Good luck. Answered by Jeremiah Shaffner 1 year ago.

actually I get sick off of Naproxen with an upset stomach so be careful Answered by Lillian Kreimer 1 year ago.

NO you can't get high off of it but you can take too much and mess yourself up. You must not take more than 2 every 24 hours. People don't realize it but OTC pain relievers can mess up your liver if you take too much. Answered by Brook Alamilla 1 year ago.


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