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could celebrex cause a positive urine test for methamphetamine? I've also taken atorvastatin metformin amlodipine besylate vydox viagra insulin
Could any of those cause a urine test to come back positive for methamphetamine?
Updated 4 days ago.
Drug interactions - celebrex & sturgeron
Is there any problem on interactions between Celebrex & Sturgeron. Have fibromyalgia. Developed mild but frequent dizziness when traveling overseas Dr prescribed Sturgeron 15. Nervous when it's not my own Dr. ## Hello, Lindsay! How are you? I didn't find any interactions listed between these two medications, but it's always best to double check this information to be sure. Sturgeon contains the active ingredient Cinnarizine, it is very commonly prescribed to treat nausea and vomiting due to motion sickness and vertigo. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, sweating, dry mouth and headache. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 22 days ago.
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celebrex and lamotrigine interractions
I take Lamotrigine one does of 25mg daily for the treatment/prevention of Temporal Lobe Nocturnal Seizures. Please can you tell me if I take Celebrex for inflammation of my chest following a bout of Whooping Cough, whether it will interact with the Lamotrigine? I have been taking Brufen, but have run out and cant afford more. I have Celebrex tablets from a previous knee injury and wish to use if safe to do so? ## Hello, Jacquie! How are you? I didn't find any interactions listed, but it is always best to double check such information to be sure. You should also make sure that it is safe for you take NSAIDs. Celebrex may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi Verwon, thanks so much for the response...
Updated 2 months ago.
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Can Celebrex cause faulty heart valves
I have just been told I have a mild to moderate faulty heart valve I was taking 100g of Celebrex for 3-4 months earlier this year, I took myself off them as I never really felt well taking them, can Celebrex cause this problem? For some reason my blood pressure increased at an alarming rate even though I was taking a blood medication which was well under control. I am a non smoker, non drinker, and have always exercised and played some form of sport, what are your thoughts? I would be very interested to hear them. Lynette. ## Hello, Lynette! How are you? Yes, Celebrex has been known to cause hypertension, in some people that take it and yes, it can also cause some aortic valve problems. It isn't likely that you can prove that this was all caused by the Celebrex, but the possibility ...
Updated 3 months ago.
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pain my back/neck
My husband has a blood clot in his stomach he wants to take Celebrex also because he has back pain the doctor don't want him to take the Celebrex because it contain aspirin what else can he take can he take ultram ## Hello, Ga peach! How are you and your husband? Celebrex does not contain Aspirin, it is just in the same drug family, so it can cause the same risks. There are many other analgesic options available, but with that blood clot and his health, only his doctor is going to be able to tell what he can and cannot safely take. What options did his doctor offer? ## Hi, For back/neck pain I think your husband should consider seeing a chiropractor for treatment. I don't know where you're from, but if you're anywhere near Centreville, VA... there's a good place call...
Updated 5 months ago.
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Nafasol EC
aspen is the drug company, I use it for rumatoid artheritis is there dangerous side effects ## I have OA which is safer Celebrex or Nafasol ? Long term ?
Updated 5 months ago.
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metocarbamol what is it
My. Other takes Celebrex and methocarbanol will be better to take just declofenis sodium in stead of the Celebrex and methocarbanol? Please advice she is 82 year old, with cevear osthioporosis and neuralgiaz. Thankyou
Updated 6 months ago.
white capsule yellow stripe 7767 200
I took 2 of these thinking they were midol...should I be worried? ## Hello, Cathy! How are you? These capsules contain 200mgs of Celebrex (Celecoxib), which is a Cox-2 selective nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. And you should consult your doctor to be certain, but things should be fine, because it is also available in 400mgs doses. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 7 months ago.
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sulfur allergic reactions
i m allergic to sulfur med's as celebrex made me not be able to breathe would this affect me my dentist gave for my mouth ulcer ## Hello, Beverly! How are you? I'm sorry, but what did your dentist give you for the mouth ulcer? You didn't list it in your post.
Updated 9 months ago.
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Celebrex will it show in a 10 panel drug test
Will Celebrex show up in a 10 panel drug test???
Updated 9 months ago.
what's the difference in celebrex and meloxicam
Is celebrex stronger than meloxicam for osteo arthritis ## Hello, Mary! How are you? Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, it can treat pain, fever and swelling. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more Meloxicam details here. Celebrex contains the active ingredient Celecoxib, it is both an NSAID and a selective Cox-2 inhibitor, so it kind of treats a bit more than the Meloxicam. Learn more Celebrex details here. its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, ulceration and GI bleeding. Which one has your doctor recommended?
Updated 11 months ago.
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I just need to wonder if celebrex is ok to take if I have Mitral Valve Prolapse, heart murmer, allergic to sulfa medications will be ok for me to take without further hurting my existing problems. I also have a Hiatel Hernia and Reflux syndrome. Do you reccomend me to take this? My Dr. says it is up to him and to take it, even if it is not helping my pain. I am on 100mg's a day. Thank you. ## No, reading your list of health problems I almost thought I must have originally posted it. If your doctor prescribe it for you then he/she already knows all your health issues. You don't state how long you've been on this med but if longer than 3 days and it's not helping then I would demand a change or go to another doctor. ## I am taking celebrex 200mg for 2 days but I feel chest...
Updated 11 months ago.
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Depression & celebrex
I have been on Celebrex for just over 6 months now. My Rheumatologist has had a heck of a time figuring out what exactly is wrong with me. So here it goes: for the longest time now I have been having flares, my muscles all stiffen up & spasm, which makes it hard to move. Joints hurt, but only because of the stiffness. I do not get restorative sleep and end up with depression quite badly. Energy level-zero. Heart race when I walk up the stairs (BTW Im 31 & weigh 135 & am 5'7' so its not related to my physical fitness). So Im stuck with this on again off again cycle that just about kills me. Suicide has been a big thought. So here's the kicker, being on the Celebrex has stopped all of the fatigue & mental issues. I have gone off and gone back on quite a few tim...
Updated 1 year ago.
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What Is The Shelf Life Of Celebrex 200mg
My pills are 28 months old, I wonder if there are still good ## It is highly likely that they have lost effectiveness and aren't worth taking, by now. The expiration date is usually one year from when they are dispensed to you by your pharmacy and the original container was opened, so they have been exposed to the elements that cause degradation, such as heat, light and moisture. At 28 months old, that means they are over another year past the original expiration date. Learn more Celebrex details here. Are there any other comments or questions? ## The experation date on all perscription medication is a year after the date it's written. But most medications are still good well after that date especially if they were stored in a freezer or refrigerator. This is from a study the mi...
Updated 1 year ago.
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general back pain after walking mile or more
my work involves travel & using urban public transportation; after walking mile or more I get general back pain AKA inflammation, but it goes away overnight; (must carry ~8 lbs of travel equipment) do not have back pain when not traveling or not doing a lot of walking; orthopaedist prescribed (1) Celebrex daily on travel days; any comments on what to expect, degree of relief, appreciated; ideally it would reduce ache/pain enough on travel walking days that I would not have to take frequent sitting breaks... feet also swell on some travel days due to edema, but Lasix resolves that... ## While I don't have any personal experience with Celebrex, I did come across a couple other discussion threads that may offer more insight on what to expect during treatment: Discuss/Celebrex_Watch...
Updated 1 year ago.
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Just started using it 3 days ago.
Today is day 3. Haven't had any reactions or any listed side effects but I know over time drugs build up and can then cause trouble. Anyone have any advice? I'm a type II Diabetic that takes (Lantus long acting Insulin at night). ## Hi Peter, It's good to hear that you have experienced any side effects thus far. Unfortunately there's no way to know what's going to happen, until it happens. That's just the nature of many medications these days. I would just take note of how you're feeling right now- and if you experience any changes in your mood or overall well being, write down exactly what you're feeling. By doing so you'll be able to track any changes that might occur, just in case the medication does start to create problems. You can learn more abo...
Updated 1 year ago.
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celebra use
try when you take celebra to eat only fruits and it will work well for 2 weeks ## From what I could gather, Celebra (Celecoxib) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used primarily for acute pain and inflammation associated with arthritis and other minor injuries. I can only imagine that eating a diet of only fruit would be of great benefit to your body's ability to heal quicker. With the added health benefits and anti-inflammatory response of various fruits, I think this is a great adjunct therapy to any sort of condition or ailment that one may be facing. I've been on a fruit-only diet numerous times and still do it quite often, because of how great it makes me feel on the inside-out. More people should become aware that fruit and veggies are also another means of ...
Updated 1 year ago.
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has any one had an reaction to this medication? ## No,I'm on it right now for Fibromyalgia pain it helps but doesn't take care of all the pain.So, It's better than nothing... ## Had a knee replacement,Dr. gave celebrex for swelling ,I took for 5 days then developed shortness of breath,stomach (nausea)upset with some pain and feeling tired.Went to internist and pulmonary Drs., now have fluid in the lung area and taking Lasix. Still have some stomach discomfort and my question is , How long does Celebrex stay in my system? ## I have MS and fibromyalgia which is why I was prescribed Celebrex, my question is because of the severe pain of fibromyalgia it (the pain) keeps waking me up at night & I forgot to ask my Dr if I can still take melatonin to help me sleep, an answer wo...
Updated 1 year ago.
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white capsule with yellow stripes 7787 200
34 long white capsule with yellow stripes and numbers 7767 and 200 ## i found a white capsule with yellow stripes with 7787/200 on it. what is it used for? ## This is a 200mg Celebrex capsule, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's most commonly used to treat pain and inflammation. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache, stomach irritation and drowsiness. Learn more Celebrex details here. Are there any questions or comments? Anything I can help with?
Updated 1 year ago.
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anti anxiety ## cerebrex side effects ## Celebrex may increase the risk of life-threatening heart, circulation problems and ma even provoke a heart attack or stroke. This risk will increase the longer you use celecoxib. Do not use this medicine just before or after having heart bypass surgery (also called coronary artery bypass graft, or CABG). check out ## @Cazz, The side effects of Celebrex(celecoxib) include but are not limited to: upset stomach, diarrhea, bloating, gas, dizziness, nervousness, headache, runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, mild skin rash, and more. If you experience any of these serous side effects, stop using Celebrex (celecoxib) and call your doctor immediately: chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance, black, bloody...
Updated 1 year ago.
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