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Arthritis Overview

Arthritis is a term often used to mean any disorder that affects joints.[2] Symptoms generally include joint pain and stiffness.[2] Other symptoms may include redness, warmth, swelling, and decreased range of motion of the affected joints.[2][3] In some types of arthritis, other organs are also affected.[6] Onset can be gradual or sudden.[5] There are over 100 types of arthritis.[4]...

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Pill- Half white/half yellow. 511 printed on

Regular pill shaped (similar to a thickened oval). Has defined cuts on the sides, it is NOT fully rounded. The bottom half is all white. The top half is light yellow and has 511 printed into it. If anyone could tell me what pill they think this is, or what that 511 means it would be a huge help. Thank you. ## I haven't been able to find a listing for this, but I'll post back if I do. However, your description tends to make me thing that it's something that's available over the counter. Learn more OTC drug details here. Where did you find it? ## it is an OTC arthritis pain relief medication ## Yellow pill yellow and white oval shaped like a capsule with the number 511 on the top what is this pill

etova er 400 side effects

my mother is 7O yrs old, she is takg Etova medi for arthritis, bt now her creatinine level is high. Shud she sttop this medi? Any link vid takg this medi n increased creatinie? Pl reply ## That could signify a developing kidney problem. This medication is a NSAID and they usually have more of an effect on the liver, rather than the kidneys. Has she consulted her doctor? Have they told her to stop taking it? ## What are the side effects of Etova 400 ## Does Etova 400 elevate creatinine levels?

mazon cream

for eczema, psoriasis- seeping, cracking, blistering skin- I personally used it from the age of 6 mos. in 1955 to 1988, then it disappeared from shelves- it was an over the counter cream and it really worked. At the age of 3 months my skin would swell, crack and seep a clear liquid- a pediatrician introduced the cream to my mother and at the time they had a bar soap, shampoo and cream-of which I used occasionally over the course of 30 years then all of a sudden it disappeared. I did have part of a jar I used sparingly and guarded with my life and I called the company that made the cream and they said that they took the recipe out of circulation. The jar is long gone- sadly and I do not know the name of the pharmaceutical company that originally made it. I now am entering menopause and m...

Updated in Cortisone
Rejoint capsules

I am suffering from severe pains in my t wo knees (legs), I have consulted doctors who prescribed me REJOINT Capsules 500 (glucosamine slphate) and NILITIS 500 Tablets (Nabumetone). I have started getting satisfactry relief from pain. Incidentally, I am severe skin allergic patient. I have started devloping acute allergy. Can this be due to the side effect of the two medicines I am taking now? If so, can you kindly suggest me some remedy for this. Please advise. Thanks and regards, ARM Hussain Chennai ## I am suffering from severe pain in both knees and legs, i.e. oestoarthritis. Kindly send me answers to the following questions: 1) rejoint tablet - how it works? 2) what foods are required to stop this disease? ## I have a knee ligament tear injury. Will rejoint UC be very helpful for m...

Updated in Glucosamine
Enbrel and skin problems on face

I was taking pre-filled injections of Enbrel for 4 weeks and didn’t really see much difference until I switched to the click-pen on Wednesday, which, since then I have had scabs all over my face and an itching sensation like crazy. It looks horrible, like a bad case of acne and blisters and scabs.

Updated in Enbrel
Side effects of Artribion

I need to know the side effects of Artribion. It is a pill for arthritis and pain. ## I believe that Artribion is not manufactured in the US. Is there any description you can give me so I can locate some information about this drug? Color of the pill? Scored? Shape? Any more information will help me better in assisting you. ## The pill is manufactured in El Salvador. It is red and oval in shape. It's glossy but has no writing in it. ## my mother send me artribion it is a good medicin to the point that I had stop taking arthrotec. ## what are side effects of artribion vitaminado ## artribion ## is from el Salvador is a long skinny red pill,suppose to alleviate arthritis pain ## I would like to know the side effects of Artribion Vitaminado in English language ## I have been using artr...

Updated in Uloric
Ardosons capsule 25 mg

I am having a reaction to the medication ardosons and trying to get more details about this drug. ## Hi stephanie, Sorry to hear about your reaction to that medication. Are you feeling any better now? Based on my research, the ingredients found in Ardosons are: Indomethacin, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory; Betamethasone, which is a steroid class medication; and Methocarbamol, which is a muscle relaxant. Since each medication can effect you differently, I think you really have to look at each drug's individual profile to get a better idea of what side effects are really associated with the medication as a whole. It may also be a good idea to contact your doctor about any safer alternatives to Ardosons. You can learn more about these drugs on the pages for: Indomethacin Det...

Updated in Indomethacin
Cosentyx and Pain

I've been on cosentyx for a few months now for psoriatic arthritis and it worked great. However, for the last month I've been having the worse pain. I ache everywhere. I've never had pain like this. I wake up with my fingers and toes swollen and I have so much joint pain in my arms and shoulders I can't even brush my hair. I even took two shots of cosentyx last month and not a smidgen of relief. What gives? ## Unfortunately, it has been known to cause such side effects in some people that have used it, along with oral thrush, diarrhea, dizziness, and cough. Have you consulted your doctor? These could be symptoms of a possible severe reaction, and you should no longer use it, you may need to try something else. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Does anyone have s...

Updated in Cosentyx
white capsule with blue stripes

number 7767 written on one of the blue stripes and number 100 written across the other ## What is a white capsule with a blue strip with the number 7767 on it and a blue strip on bottom with the number 100. I was told this is cellebrex? Is this a non drug med? ## That is correct, this capsule contains 100mgs of Celecoxib, which is the active ingredient in Celebrex. NDC: 00025-1520 This medication is a Cox-2 inhibitor that is used to treat pain, and swelling. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach ulceration. Inactive ingredients may include: Croscarmellose Sodium Gelatin Lactose Monohydrate Magnesium Stearate Povidones Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Is there anything else I can help with?

Updated in Celecoxib
Watson 853 vs M367

Hello I been on watson 853 for many years from walgreens but this past few months I notice they don’t work at all just sleepy? And I went to refill at Walgreens this month and They changed to m367 and they don’t help my pain at all. More sleepy and no relief from my pain. Anybody has any ideas? I don’t think I can return them. I use them for Headaches, Pituitary Brain Tumor, Lupus, and severe arthritis. And a few other health issues!! ## No, in most cases you can't return them, due the risk of tampering, once they leave the pharmacy, although there are some that will make exceptions to help a patient. Drowsiness can be a normal side effect of this medication, according to FDA reports, other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and consti...

Updated in Norcos

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