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Medicine For Indomethacin Allergy
Indocin allergy: Like other NSAIDs, indomethacin may be associated with allergic reactions. These most often involve the skin with a rash or hives but may rarely result in severe reactions such as Steven's Johnson syndrome. If you think you are having a reaction, be sure to check with your prescribing healthcare provider. ...Read more
Like other NSAIDs, indomethacin may be associated with allergic reactions. These most often involve the skin with a rash or hives but may rarely result in severe reactions such as Steven's Johnson syndrome. If you think you are having a reaction, be sure to check with ...Read more
Side effects?: A patient can have an allergy to Indocin as they can also have an allergy to other anti inflammatories and can cause hives, edema, trouble breathing and also side effects can occur which can include skin rashes, abdominal pain, bleeding, fluid retention, diarrhea, and multiple other side effects. ...Read more
Ok to take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) allergy medicine with an anti inflammatory medicine (indocin)?
Indocin&benadryl: Yes you can there is no conraindication. ...Read more
With hemicrania continua, is there anything that can be done medically/surgically or just with indomethacin and other drugs?
See below: Indomethacin is the best medication. For those that can't tolerate it Celexa (citalopram) has been helpful. Tricyclic antidepressants have also been used.Other medications with case reports of efficacy include melatonin, topiramate, verapamil and gabapentin. Radio frequency ablation of supraorbital branch of trigeminal N, Botox, and deep brain stimulation have been used. ...Read more
Should i take allopurinol and indocin (indomethacin) together for gout relief? I have gout often, i just wonder if i can take the drugs together?
See below: This would be best answered by your prescribing doctor since they would know your total health history. ...Read more
My doc believes I have Hemicrania Continua. What is that. He has me on indomethacin. How safe is this drug. I go for an MRI.
Continuous headache: Hemicrania continua is a continuous (or very persistent) headache that affects only one side of the head (right or left) usually towards the temple. If this is your first time experiencing these symptoms, if there are other neurologic symptoms (vision problems, tingling, weakness, etc), or if its the "worst headache of your life", the imaging my be appropriate, though chances are it'll show nothin ...Read more
What type of drug is indomethacin tablets? Is it dangerous? Can we use it to reduce joint pains? Please give me full information about this tablets.
I was on indomethacin for 3 weeks have had extremely swollen legs and ankles stopped medicine .And now so sick to my stomach and vomiting.?
See doc ASAP: This could be related to the Indomethacin use... Kidney problems from the medicine use can cause swelling into the legs and ankles. But it can also be completely unrelated. With the leg swelling and now vomiting, your symptoms are serious enough to warrant a thorough evaluation by your doctor. If your doctor is not available, please go to urgent care or ed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alternate drug thera: If you have been prescribed both the oxycodone/acetaminophen and the indomerhacin, I would say a resounding "yes!" It is a good idea to alternate a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication with a narcotic. You therefore minimize your narcotic intake. The sooner you can rely only on the NSAID, the better! Good for you! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having my first gout flare as an active 24 y/o. I've been on indocin (indomethacin) for a week, but pain is still between a 6-8/10. Should i ask for another med?
Is it really gout?: If you have involvement of the base of the great toe then the diagnosis will almost always be gout. However, if this joint has never been involved then i would see a rheumatologist. A joint can be aspirated and evaluation of the joint fluid would determine if it is gout or some other form of arthritis. If this is gout, a short course of Prednisone works well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can cause gi problem: Colchibe and indomethscin both can cause GI distress. Also problematic for patients with kidney disease. ...Read more
You shouldn't: I am not sure what you are doubting as you did not say. Rest assured, Indomethacin is a common medication employed in gout conditions. It is the antiinflammatory of choice employed by most doctors. Apo - implies it was a brand name. One of the common side effects is frontal headaches, specific for this medication. All nsaid's (anti-inflammatory) carry certain risks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more