Can naproxen 500mg be used with blood pressure medication?

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2 Jan 2012

Sometimes. NSAIDS like naproxen can sometimes raise the blood pressure so get the ok of your Dr before you take it. If he/she gives the ok, just be sure to keep an eye on your blood pressure and stop taking the naproxen and talk to yourDr again if your pressure elevates while on the naproxen.

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