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  1. Patty says:

    Answer. Don't ask the internet, ask your doctor. While sites such as this one and other types of search engines make finding answers easy and fast, I believe it is

  2. Marline says:

    By doing what you are doing, taking large doses of Ibuprofen and combining it with other medications, is very dangerous and can be fatal, so yes you should be very concerned. Medication should be taken exactly according to the dosage directions, no more and no less. By the symptoms you are describing, you may have already caused yourself irreversible damage by taking all these medications. Hopefully, thats not the case. You really need to get in and see your Dr. immediately if you are experiencing shortness of breath. This link explains what can happen when taking too much Ibuprofen.http://www.drugs.com/ibuprofen.htmlADD: Hi Emily. When was the last time you ate something?? You may want to try to eat something and see if that helps. You can also try taking an Anti-Nausea over the counter medication like Dramamine or Emetrol and see if that helps with your dry heaving. You can also ask a pharmacist if he/she can recommend something for you or give you some other tips on how to stop it. If not, then when you go to the ER, tell the Dr. and they may be able to give you the most effective medication to help you out. I hope you feel better. Good Luck!

  3. Ouida says:

    Can I mix 600 mg Naproxen with 600 mg Ibuprofen? I have two heel spurs the pain. It is nowhere near enough and was given Naproxen for to numb the pain. I was wondering if it i

  4. Hyun says:

    There are no known interactions between these drugs, however, it depends on how much was taken. Why are you taking all these? More:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-happenes-if-you-mix-naproxen-with-acedomenofin-and-ibuprofen

  5. Bell says:

    They’re both in the same class of anti-infammatories. Doesn’t matter which one you took. The major difference is that the naproxen sodium would last 8-12 hrs as opposed to 4-6 hours for ibuprofen. More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_better_for_inflamation_naproxen_or_ibuprofen

  6. Carlene says:

    Not safely. Both are nsaids, and should never be combined or taken simultaneously or within the same dosage period.

  7. Isabel says:

    If you take the same NSAID all time, it will become less effective. If you do not have chronic pain and only take NSAIDs occasionally, switch NSAIDs every two Aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen are available as over the counter medications. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_5672611_alternate-use-various-nsaids.html

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