The maximum daily dose of Naproxen is four to five times a day on clean and dry skin. You should take a strip of the gel of four centimeters long. Once it is on the skin, it must be well rubbed until complete absorption. Wash your hands thoroughly after applying the cream. The place on the skin should be left open and without any bandage or patch.

The length of treatment depends on how strong the disease is and lasts no more than four weeks. If after one week of the treatment, the swelling persists or intensifies, contact with your doctor immediately.

Among the side effects of the embrocation, the most common are irritation, rash, burning sensation. With prolonged use of the cream, drowsiness headache, rash, itching, erythema may appear.

In the immune system, there is hypersensitivity, angioedema. The cream can also lead to such adverse events as sleep disturbance, convulsions, abnormal dreams. In the nervous system, there are such disorders as:

  • Dizziness;
  • A headache;
  • Insomnia;
  • Cognitive disorder;
  • Depression.

Sometimes there may be ghost effects from the organs of vision, namely:

  • Corneal opacity;
  • Papillitis;
  • Optic nerve swelling.

People who notice visual impairment must necessarily undergo an examination of an ophthalmologist. Tinnitus, hearing problems (hearing impairment) may appear. Naprosyn long-term use can cause heart problems. There are swelling of heart failure, and heart rate is accelerated. The unction causes adverse events in the respiratory system. There is shortness of breath, asthma, pulmonary edema. A person undergoing treatment may notice a change in the gastric and intestinal tract. He or she sometimes may have:

  • Nausea;
  • Constipation;
  • Abdominal pains;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Stomatitis;
  • Colitis;
  • Vomiting with blood;
  • Formation of ulcers;
  • Bleeding in the stomach or intestines.

The embrocation causes adverse reactions in the biliary tract. There may be jaundice, hepatitis. People also sometimes felt weakness in muscle tissue. This medicine has a negative effect on the level of iron absorption and is not recommended during pregnancy. On the part of the skin and subcutaneous tissue may occur:Naproxen long-term side effects

  • Itch;
  • Rash;
  • Lichen;
  • Photosensitive dermatitis;
  • Light sensitivity reactions;
  • The Stevens-Johnson syndrome;
  • Epidermal necrolysis.

Sometimes people had increased thirst, sweating, menstrual irregularities, fever or chills. Naproxen long-term side effects consist in increasing the risk of myocardial infarction or stroke may increase (especially taking the cream in high concentrations). If you see any symptoms of an overdose, you should contact your doctor immediately.