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Thread: Does ETS have any negative impacts when mixed with Naproxen/Naprosyn?

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    Does ETS have any negative impacts when mixed with Naproxen/Naprosyn?

    Naprosyn is the active ingrediant in some anti-inflammatory drugs like Aleve. I take generic Naproxen as an anti-inflammatory for my tendonitis after having completed a cortisone 10-day series.

    I don't see why there would be a problem taking these two at the same time, but I know its extremely damaging to take aspirin while taking naprosyn/naproxen. I took a peak at the ETS ingrediants and definitely didn't see aspirin, but I'd love to make sure.

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    I am not aware of any possible complications but that does not mean they do not exist. I will check into it for you.

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    Ok, got with our guy and here is the answer:

    "There is no problem taking NSAID Drugs (like Naprosyn, Aleve etc) and MicroLactin at the same time. The products work on different pathways and could have a mutually beneficial effect or even synergy."

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    Thanks for checking, Chris. I really appriciate it.

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