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Talk to your doctor: You should talk to your prescribing doctor. Nortryptiline is a tricyclic antidepressant which is often used for pain control as well. It should not be stopped abruptly. Celebrex (celecoxib) is a specific NSAID used for pain and inflammation. They are unrelated classes of drugs. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with costochondritis last april and i'm stiil suffering from chest pain. I'll stop taking arcoxia, dolcet and celebrex (celecoxib). What to do?
Can meds make you dizzy and fall? im on celebrex and the other day i fell for no reason, nothing to trip on, should i stop taking it and go on advil?
It depends: There are so many factors that can cause dizziness, or light-headedness. If you just started taking celebrex it could be related, however it could be that you are dehydrated, feeling ill, perhaps caught the flu. If you are getting a benefit from celebrex you may want to find ways you can keep taking it. This is definitely a conversation for your doctor that prescribed it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why am i gaining weight when i don't eat much and how can I stop it, im only 4ft5, am i gaining water weight from stuff like celebrex, benadryl, (diphenhydramine) statins?
See doctor: You need to see doctor to have blood tests done to check for thyroid problems. ...Read more
I am waking up in the night with a very cold feeling along with tingling in my head. thought I was cold, warming up doesn't stop it. recent changes: quit smoking and Celebrex (celecoxib). Only occurs at night.
On Celebrex (celecoxib) taken off Creatine level n blood,After stop levels back 2 norm, He added Motrin 800mgQID n stead of more narcotic,Motrin easier on kidney?
I want to stop taking Celebrex 200mg for my arthritis pain because of the long term side effects, heart attack & stroke. I've been on it over 5 years?
NSAIDs: As rheumatologists, we now, educate patient said NSAIDs such as Celebrex should be taken as needed. I routinely recommend topical NSAID treatments as well as other pain medicines which are not opioids. I recommend being seen by a rheumatologist for more detail and specific therapy in your case. ...Read more