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Meloxicam 30 Mg
Mobic is a non steroidal anti-inflammatory medication or nsaid. It is in the same family as naproxen, motrin, and celebrex. This medicine is sometimes used to treat inflammatory conditions such as gout, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoarthritis. Avoid in in patients with a history of gastrointestinal bleeding, heart failure, renal failure, ...Read more
Diba not knw im preg for 3 weks n tht 3 weks Ben taking meloxicam 15 mg daily, does it mean something wrong on my baby now? Or its not yet late ?
Meloxicam – Mobic: is FDA pregnancy category C during the first 29 weeks of gestation & category D starting at 30 weeks gestation. Under procedures you ask if you should increase your dose of mobic? Don't increase mobic- stop the mobic now. The risk with mobic is greater in later stages of pregnancy. This doesn't necessarily mean that harm has come to your baby. Just let the doctor know at 1st ob visit. Be well. ...Read more
Were hoping tht i will be pregnant but I'm taking meloxicam 15 mg daily.. Does it impair ?? Even if im taking it does i have a change to be pregnant?
Stop meloxicam: The US Food and Drug Administration has various categories detailing the effects of medications in pregnancy on the growing fetus. The FDA has categorised meloxicam as a class C medication for the first 29 weeks of pregnancy, and a class D drug after that. A class C drug is a medication for which there have not been any human studies of adequate quality demonstrating the effects of meloxicam on the fetus, but animal studies show that there may be harm caused by this medication. However, the certainty of harm to a human baby is not known, because animals may be affected by medications in a different way to humans. A class D medication is a drug for which harm has been demonstrated to a fetus due to a pregnant woman using that medication. For women looking to conceive, there has been some evidence that meloxicam along with other NSAIDs causes a delay in ovulation, which is reversible when you stop taking it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter takes 7.5 mg of meloxicam twice a day. She accidentally took two pills this morning in a rush for school. Will she be ok?
Accidental ingestion: You need to call Poison Control now and ask. Always call them first if you think your child ate, drank or swallowed something that may harm her. ...Read more
Meloxiam: Stop the meloxicam / mobic now since it is FDA pregnancy category C during first 30 weeks of pregnancy and then becomes category D. Meloxicam / mobic can increase risk for miscarriage and for premature closure of ductus arteriosus. This doesn't necessarily mean that there has been harm to your fetus. Do stop the med now and let your OB know. Take care. ...Read more
Im taking painkillier everyday for a year now does it mean i can't be pregnant anymore soon. Im still a virgin though. Its meloxicam 15 mg. Im worried.
Meloxicam 15 mg in the morning does not carry my through the day for my oa can I take alieve in the evening?
NSAIDS: Meloxicam, and aleve are non steroidal anti-inflammatory medications. It is not recommended to take multiple nsaids together as that they can cause stomach upset, kidney dysfunction and more. If your pain is not control, please discuss with your doctor for additional medication or treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes you can: There is no drug interactions. Always ask your doctor for more information about medication and your individual situation. ...Read more
What is worst drinking liquor regularly or taking a 15 mg meloxicam regularly for pain? Who got a worst effect on two?
Liquor: Alcohol can become an addiction which is a serious medical condition that is hard to treat and can be fatal. Meloxicam, when taken as prescribed, is safe and has no potential for causing addiction. ...Read more
Maybe: It is a nsaid. As a result prolonged use may result in GI or kidney disease. Certainly pls follow with a doc (bloodwork every 6 months) and be alert for potential symptoms - stomach ache... ...Read more