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It is difficult to comment on your question, as well. People vary so much in response to medications.
Some people can take Aleve or Advil for years with no side effects. Others may be very sensitive to the bleeding risks associated with them. Aleve (naproxen) is the least cardiotoxic
of the NSAIDs... but it still carries a risk in long term use.
The RX version of Aleve is 500mg/dose. So the over-the-counter dose is much lower as you can see.
Taking an NSAID and acetaminophen drug together is not recommended long term. This may be additive to liver and/or kidney toxicities. You can rotate them, over several days however, a little more safely.
So no one here can really tell you how YOU will react to this combination. Hence, you have to defer to your doctor on this.