Wrist in| Side Effects of Naproxen
wrist in injury = pain and swelling after injury
What should you discuss with your healthcare provider before using Naproxen? Find out about side effects of Naproxen: Wrist in injury = pain and swelling after injury It is estimated that 1.5 million preventable adverse drug events occur each year. Many more millions of mild adverse drug events occur each year which can affect your health, mental state, and normal everyday functioning. Drug side effects can cause death, disability, and illness.
Female patient reported the following Naproxen side effects :wrist in injury = pain and swelling after injury
Within 3 days: significant weight gain acute tearfulness exacerbation of existing tinnitus no change in symptomsSide Effect Event date: Friday July 22nd 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: 500 mg
Medication Frequency: twice daily
Patient Age: 63
Patient Weight: 8.6
Other medications: symbicort for asthma lactulose, movicol and senna for chronic constipation
Diagnosis: Reduce inflammation. No explicit diagnosis
Pre-existing conditions: None
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
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