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How soon will my symptoms improve if I take fenoprofen calcium?

Fenoprofen calcium is most commonly prescribed to treat joint pain, stiffness, and tenderness caused by arthritis. You may begin to notice some symptom relief a few days after you begin taking fenoprofen calcium. However, it may be two to three weeks before you get the full benefit of this medication. If your pain and other symptoms persist, talk to your doctor.

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