15 Mg Meloxicam

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Donna Says:


I take 15 mg Meloxicam once a day. It is helpful relieving pain for about 12 hours. Can I cut the pill in half and try taking them every 12 hours?



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Rainy Says:

Just started taking Meloxicam 3 days ago. My Dr. said to only take half for at least a week and then if needed I can increase to a full pill. Hope that helps.

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Donna! How are you?

It's really hard to advise on so little information. Anyone reading this knows nothing about your medical condition and history, other medications you may be on or etc.

Learn more Meloxicam details here.

This is a potent NSAID, so it can cause some problematic side effects, such as nausea, increased risk of bleeding and stomach ulceration. Thus, before changing anything, you should consult your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to do so.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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