VIMOVO Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 022511/001.

Names and composition

"VIMOVO" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM and NAPROXEN.

Answered questions

How likely can Vimovo give you an ulcer?
I'm 18 years old and I'm currently on Vimovo anti-inflammatory for my back, and after a week or so of taking it, I started to feel a little nauseous after I ate. I never threw up or anything, just a little nauseous. So then I Googled it, and saw something for a "peptic ulcer".I have on and off... Asked by Odelia Godwyn 4 months ago.

I'm 18 years old and I'm currently on Vimovo anti-inflammatory for my back, and after a week or so of taking it, I started to feel a little nauseous after I ate. I never threw up or anything, just a little nauseous. So then I Googled it, and saw something for a "peptic ulcer". I have on and off symptoms of that (more than just the nausea). I've been taking the medication for about.. 3 to 3 and a half weeks now.. I sometimes miss a day of it if I'm too busy or forget. But I just want to know what the chances are of getting an ulcer while on that. Answered by Johnathan Daykin 4 months ago.

It might or might not, as it is said in google that it can happen, so don't think always that you got it. It's in your mind and the more you start to beg for it you'll get it. So the chances are 50 % that you got it, but as well 50 % that you won't get it at all.. Answered by Fletcher Bivins 4 months ago.


Im about to take vimovo for my menstral cramps,anything i need to know?
vimovo (naproxen/esomeprazole magnesium) Asked by Kandis Montalvo 4 months ago.

Take one pill before bedtime and one pill 30 minutes before breakfast and your menstrual cramps will be eliminated Answered by Ashli Baier 4 months ago.

Magnesium will work by itself. Get some magnesium chloride bath flakes and add to a foot bath or to the tub and soak in it for 30 minutes. Don't use extra hot water and it will be better absorbed. Answered by Fidela Hongerholt 4 months ago.


Prednisone made it go away, vimovo brought it back?
I have a painful right upper quadrant lump, right below my ribcage. My doctors' latest guess is that it is my liver, and that my liver sits farther forward than most people's. Of course, I've never understood why that explains the pain...but oh well. Anyway, I've had the pain for going on two years,... Asked by Laurence Inglish 4 months ago.

I have a painful right upper quadrant lump, right below my ribcage. My doctors' latest guess is that it is my liver, and that my liver sits farther forward than most people's. Of course, I've never understood why that explains the pain...but oh well. Anyway, I've had the pain for going on two years, and the doctors have done CT, ultrasound, blood tests, nothing shows up abnormal. WELL, recently my doctor prescribed me prednisone, where i took like 5 the first day, 4 the second, 3 the third, etc until they were gone. And after the 5 days, the pain was GONE. seriously, just GONE. I could still feel the 'lump' but no pain. Well, then after that my doctor had me take Vimovo, a kind of naproxen, for 3 weeks. I dunno if the Vimovo is the problem, or if the prednisone was the solution, but either way after like a week of taking the Vimovo, the pain is back pretty much the same as it has been the last couple years. Anyone have any ideas on ANYTHING about this? What the problem could be, what the solution could be, whether the Vimovo causing the pain to come back is significant, ANYTHING? I'd love to ignore this, but I can't even work out. I remember, before this recent medicine intervention, I tried doing some situps, and not even 8 situps in, the pain was so bad I had to stop. I'd just really like to figure it out. Also, has anyone ever heard of 'baseball under the rib syndrome'? My mother mentioned this. Sounded like some crackpot theory, but I don't know. Answered by Jessenia Peffer 4 months ago.


Please name any NSAID drug approved by FDA after 2007?
Asked by Mireya Guardia 4 months ago.

LMFAO! Yay, our government at work against big bad Cheerios. Trying to control everything. I haven't read a Cheerios box, but they don't put "Statements not approved by FDA", or something to that effect? I know places like GNC put that on all their products and the products they sell. I see these supplement companies always making claims like that. Why single out Cheerios? Down the road, most of these FDA approved drugs end up being bad for your health anyways. I'd pick Cheerios over an FDA approved drug anyday. Answered by Shante Newcombe 4 months ago.


Chest pain, non heart/lung related.?
About 4 months ago (February) I smoked some weed, and had a really bad experience(wasn't my first time smoking weed). And during that time when I smoked it, I had like a really bad anxiety attack. Like to the point where I thought I was having a heart attack. So I went to the doctor and had a ekg and urine test... Asked by Jerrica Quatrevingt 4 months ago.

About 4 months ago (February) I smoked some weed, and had a really bad experience(wasn't my first time smoking weed). And during that time when I smoked it, I had like a really bad anxiety attack. Like to the point where I thought I was having a heart attack. So I went to the doctor and had a ekg and urine test (to see if there was anything more than weed) and it was just normal weed. Since then I had chest pains So I went to the doctor and had a blood test/chest x-ray and I was told nothing was wrong with me. Then I got these anti-inflammatory pills (Vimovo) , which made it better but it was only a small amount that I had. Now I started going to the gym and the pain started coming back, but it only gets bad when i'm sleeping or resting. Can anyone tell me what the possible problem could be? Answered by Joella Raval 4 months ago.

When you use a drug, you deserve the consequences. Answered by Sherita Conners 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
022511/001 VIMOVO ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM; NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE and 500MG
022511/002 VIMOVO ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM; NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE and 375MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
022511/001 VIMOVO ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM; NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE and 500MG
022511/002 VIMOVO ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM; NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE and 375MG
202461/001 NAPROXEN AND ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM; NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE and 375MG
202461/002 NAPROXEN AND ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM; NAPROXEN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 20MG BASE and 500MG

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