Flanax: Pain Reliever Pills

What is Flanax?

  • Flanax Pain Reliever tablets contain naproxen sodium. Naproxen (a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication (NSAID) is a form of Naproxen.
  • Flanax can be used to treat minor pains like toothache, back pain, or headaches.
  • Flanax Pain Reliever Tablets are also used to relieve pain from the common cold, certain symptoms of arthritis, and menstrual cramps.
  • Before you take this medicine

Flanax Pain Reliever tablets should not be taken if you are

  • Are you 65 years old or older
  • Have you ever had stomach ulcers?
  • Use an anticoagulant or steroid drug to thin your blood.
  • Other drugs containing NSAIDs (aspirin or ibuprofen, naproxen or other) should be taken.
  • You can have three to five alcoholic beverages per day while you use this product
  • Never had an allergic reaction to pain relievers/fever decreasers.
  • You are about to have heart surgery, Scissor Exercise or you just had one.

Pain Reliever Tablets: How do I take them?

  • Adults and children aged 12 and over should take one tablet each 8-12 hours, while symptoms last. Two tablets may be taken within an hour for the first dose.
  • Limit the use of Flanax Pain Relief Tablets to two per hour.
  • Limit to three tablets per 24-hour period.
  • Adults over 65 must not take more than one tablet per 12 hours unless prescribed by a doctor.
  • Flanax Pain Reliever should not be used with children younger than 12 years. Always consult a doctor before using it.

Flanax Side Effects

If you experience any of the following symptoms due to Flanax allergies: difficulty breathing; hives; swelling of the lips, throat, or mouth; and difficulty swallowing.

If you experience any of these side effects, stop taking.

Chest pain, weakness, shortness or complete loss of breath, slurred speaking, vision problems, or imbalance;

  • Black, bloody or tarry stool
  • You cough up blood, vomit or blood that looks like coffee grounds.
  • Rapid weight gain or swelling
  • You may urinate less often than normal or not at all.
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