Drug abuse is found among people who take Naproxen, especially for people who are male, 40-49 old , have been taking the drug for 2 - 5 years, also take medication Ibuprofen, and have Pain . We study 27,191 people who have side effects while taking Naproxen from FDA and social media. Among them, 74 have Drug abuse. Find out below who they are, when they have Drug abuse and more.
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Naproxen has active ingredients of naproxen. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Naproxen 36,950 users)
Drug abuse has been reported by people with accidental overdose (therapeutic agent), death, agitation, drowsiness, arrhythmias (latest reports from 38,969 Drug abuse patients).
On Sep, 19, 2016
27,191 people reported to have side effects when taking Naproxen.
Among them, 74 people (0.27%) have Drug Abuse
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** Reports from social media are used.
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Hi - I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2013 (mastectomy, lymph node clearance, chemo, radiotherapy, tamoxifen for 2 years, Letrozole for 3 months). when I started Letrozole, I had a DEXA scan to check my bones and they were found to be low density (especially my spine) and I was diagnosed with Osteopenia. I've experienced aching joints (hobbling around, especially when getting up from sitting down in a chair for a period of time) and recently went on holiday to Barcelona (yay!) and decided I'd give my bones a holiday too and take some Naproxen. I've taken it before (actually, I prefer Voltarol tablets, but they've been taken off shelves for 'heart related problems') but when the aches and pains went away, I was nearly back to my old self. I walked for miles, leaped into pools, and my arms and legs really toned up. It was fabulous. Now that I'm back, I've checked how long I can take Naproxen for (forever?!?!) Apparently it can cause Osteopenia - seeing as though I've already got that - will it make it worse and push me into osteoporosis? Any thoughts, advice would be appreciated!
I will be starting Ampyra in a few weeks, and I also use marijuana for spasticity. I am not a heavy user but an occasional user. Is there any interaction between those two drugs. I also take baclofen for spasticity, and I've never had any issues with MJ before.
Hi - I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2013 (mastectomy, lymph node clearance, chemo, radiotherapy, tamoxifen for 2 years, Letrozole for 3 months). when I started Letrozole, I had a DEXA scan to check my bones and they were found to be low density (especially my spine) and I was diagnosed ...
My skin has discoloured in the last six months and yesterday I went to Amit Pande who is a Dermatalogist and Professor at UT Southwestern and he was the first to diagnose that it might be the Naproxen that causes it.
Hi, I have been taking Montek LC continuously since 6 years, and now if I stop it for a day or two, it starts itching all over my body. And even while taking it, I feel some itching on my hands and feet, esp. palms and soles. Can someone explain what's happening, and how I can come out of the ...
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