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?????: The question really makes no sense. You hope it helps the pain and other symptoms. If it doesn't then stop it. ...Read more
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
Side affects: This is a non steroidal med like Advil or Aleve. They all wear on the GI track and risk ulcers, etc. They all risk renal dysfunction and cardiac but one would have to take long term many many months or years. If one needs for pain control one should do regular medical follow up and basic blood work to monitor as long as otherwise no noted side affects develop ...Read more
Unwise: It's probably unwise to use dated medication. ...Read more
I was just prescribed meloxicam& somas for tendinitis in my shoulder. I have almost quit crystal meth but occasionally use.Can I take the meloxicam?
Can't take the pain so taking meloxicam 15mg daily for my scoliosis for 3 yrs nw. tryng to conceive what pain reliever to use specialy when pregnant ?
I am taking meloxicam 7.5mg a day, I have read you should not take this drug, as it causes some serious effects, its working well now i'm worried.
Probably OK: Meloxicam (mobic) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory like advil or aleve. It is reasonably safe, particularly at the smaller 7.5 mg size taken once daily. Like other nsaids, the biggest potential risk is upset stomcah or even GI bleeding. Take all nsaids with food. Take with caution in older patients or those with kidney or liver problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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