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pill oval 93 7234 ## This is a 7.5mg tablet, a generic for Mobic. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to treat pain and inflammation. ## learning ## Does meloxicam work best to reduce swelling of the knee? How often can I take it? Once every 24 or 12 hours? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Mobic.
Tue, Jul 19 '11, 8:58 PM
maloxicam side effects
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DOES MALOXICAM HAVE ANY ADVERSE EFFECTS ON THE LIVER &/OR KIDNEYS? aLSO DOES IT CAUSE BLEEDING ULCERS? ## I was unable to locate an exact answer concerning your question, but I did find that Meloxicam use can result in gastrointestinal toxicity and bleeding, tinnitus, blinding headaches, rash, very dark or black stool (sign of intestinal bleeding). For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Meloxicam.
Fri, Jan 07 '11, 11:43 PM
Side effects of maloxicam.
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Want to know if it's hard on your stomach and other parts have had good luck but I notice stomach ache sometime. ## Yes, Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and this class of medications is well known to be irritating to the stomach. They tend to cause your stomach to produce more acid, than normal and prolonged use has been linked to conditions such as ulcers, GERD and Gastritis. Have you consulted your doctor? In many cases, people can get relief by using some type of antacid with the medication and/or making sure that they take it with a full glass of water and not on an empty stomach. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Meloxicam.
Sun, Jul 24 '11, 11:43 AM
Is Maloxicam 15mg used for calisfication pain
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I have just completed 8 weeks of 15mg Meloxicam for pain in my feet due to calification. It hasnt helped much and I am waiting for surgery to a torn memiscus and it has done nothing for the knee pain. Am I wasting my time using this particular med? ## Hello, Sue! How are you? I am very sorry that you're in pain. Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. If it isn't working for you, you should inform your prescriber, so you can try something else. How long have you been taking it? ## I am into week 9 ...
Updated 3 years ago in Meloxicam.
Tue, Jun 10 '14, 11:58 AM
meloxicam15-mg 1 a day
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I have R A and been taking maloxicam 15mg for 7 months. My flare ups are worse now. My DR won't change my medecation. Is there something else I can go to him with? ## Hello, Brenda! How are you? What type of doctor are you seeing? I think a specialist would be the best bet to get the help you need. ## I am seeing an RA doctor ## I have degenerative disk disease and herniated disks in my spine. The meloxicam did nothing for me but ny doctor gave me nabumetone 750mg. Pronounced na beam a tone. You take it twice a day and it helps 10 times better than the meloxicam for me. You may want to ask your doctor if you can try it. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Meloxicam.
Tue, May 17 '16, 12:06 PM
Can I Still Take Savella If Have High Blood Pressure
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My Dr. put me on Savella for chronic pain & it seemed to work great, only problem is that it caused my blood pressure go sky high. I've been on meds. for my blood pressure since. I've also tried Cymbalta (which didn't work at all). So my question is can I safely take Savella & control my blood pressure too. I have a strong family history of hypertention and heart disease. I am currently on Maloxicam for arthritis but it doesn't help as much as plain asprin. ## Savella contains the active ingredient Milnaciprin, it is an SNRI most commonly used to treat Fibromyalgia. And yes, the elevated blood pressure, as well as heart palpitations, are well-know side effects of it. It can still be used, but you do need to monitor your blood pressure regularly and your doctor ma... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Savella.
Sat, Apr 30 '11, 8:29 AM

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