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Taking naproxen and acetaminophen together

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Is it safe to take 220mg naproxen sodium and 500 mg of acetaminophin at the same time?


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replied September 29th, 2008
Pain Management Answer A4770
Current medical status: shoulder/neck pain and sinus headache


Current medical treatment: none





There are no data that naproxen and acetaminophen are not safe if taken together.





Don't forget to take naproxen after the meal because of the gastric difficulties it can cause.








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