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Bad stomach pains and nausea, took a bottle of naproxen. Harmful ?

Hi, my 11 year old daughter was having really bad stomach pains and nausea , and she got into a bottle of naproxen . I believe it was 500mg... I m not sure. It was my Husband s, we are on vacation so he had some in a baggie. She watched me get a few tylenol out of a different bag for myself before, and probably thought it was the same thing. She is about 4 5, and weighs 105lb. Will she be ok? She s sleeping right now, should we just watch her?
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Stomach aches and nausea on vacation may be due to many reasons. It may be due to improper diet.
Sudden change in diet schedule etc.
Naproxen is an pain killer and antiinflammatory drug.
If your child's pain is like cramps she may need a anti-spasmodic drugs like dicyclomine or buscopan, if it is of burning sensation she may need a pantaprazole etc.
Her pain is not associated with any vomiting and diarrhea, so probably she would be fine with the pain killer.
Ask her to get plenty of fluids. If the pain is still presistent get her to a physician.
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