Tylenol and Aleve are not the same. Tylenol is the brand name for a non-prescription drug called acetaminophen, and Aleve is the brand name for an over-the-counter drug called naproxen sodium, according to WebMD. More »

According to Newhealthguide.org, it is safe to take Tylenol and Advil together. The appropriate course of action for mixing these pain killers is to start by taking two Advil (assuming 200 mg tablets). If there is still ... More »

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Naproxen and acetaminophen can be combined to treat pain, according to Everyday Health. Tylenol and generic acetaminophen are generally taken more often than naproxen. Patients can take acetaminophen in between doses of ... More »

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The recommended dosages for Aleve for pain management is one tablet, caplet, gelcap or liquid gel every 8 to 12 hours, as stated by Drugs.com. Aleve is a brand name for the drug naproxen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory... More »

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Aleve does not contain aspirin, according to Drugs.com. Naproxen is the active ingredient in Aleve, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication that relieves pain and inflammation by reducing the levels of certa... More »

The generic name of Aleve is naproxen. Aleve is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to alleviate fever, pain and inflammation. This medicine works by blocking the Cox enzymes necessary for producing the chemical p... More »

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The active ingredient in Aleve is naproxen sodium, according to Drugs.com. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, or NSAID, that is used to relieve a variety of conditions, including headache, tendonitis, dental pain, m... More »

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