... hours ago. It didn't kick in until yesterday evening
Aleve like other NSAIDs is known to cause potential stomach or intestinal damage. It's advisable you stop taking Aleve altogether after your reaction. If this isn't something you're willing to consider, the. Coating your stomach with something like Kefir or true Greek style yogurt can help protect your stomach lining, but there is still risk of damage. Your doctor can prescribe an NSAID with a special coating built in or there is also topical cream available, which greatly reduces risk of side effects.
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