Naproxen , blue in color, has an inprint of GL on pill
Given to daughter at college, for cramps first time she just started her period, coulden't find image of pill.
If you want to find out the image of what the pill looks like you might want to google PDR which stands for Prescription Drug Reference. Doctors, Nurses and other health professional use the PDR. I myself work in the health field and have found this as a great reference. It tells you everything about each drug you need to know as far as side effects, warnings, type, and what it looks like. You can also buy the most up to date PDR at your local book store. I generally go to Barnes and Noble. It's a little spendy but well worth it if your worried about what type of drug your given. Just be aware of what the drug you are getting looks like as there have been recent recalls on some of the over the counter drugs that have been placed in wrong bottles. Take care and good luck!
- Naproxen Information for Consumers
- Naproxen Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Naproxen (detailed)
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