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Hello! My sister sometimes uses naprosyn to treat her menstrual cramps. She takes it and goes to sleep after an half an hour. She sleeps almost whole day after taking it. Is this normal? Does naprosyn have sedative effects? She doesn’t use it in other case than this. When she uses it only once a month she could not be addicted to it and I think it is not a narcotic drug, isn’t it?

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Hi! Yes you are right Naprosyn is not a narcotic drug. It belongs to the group of non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs and it is usually used to treat signs and symptoms of arthritis but is can also be used to treat menstrual cramps. Since it is not a narcotic drug you can’t become addictive to it, especially when you use it only one a month. It is normal that your sister feel relieved and goes to sleep after taking naprosyn. All drugs that treat pain have some sedative effects. If she feels no other side effects you shouldn’t worry.
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hi yea um the recommend dosage of naprosyn can varry because its like kind of hard to determine how much a person needs.
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