Arthrexin For Arthritis

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Shamla Says:


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I had breast cancer in 2014, had a lumpectomy and 35 radiotherapy, and now currently on Neophedan -20 . I have been taking arthrexin due to arthritis pains in joints, from last week I have been noticing blood in my stools, is this normal



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maggie Says:
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Good day, why don't our pharmacies get arthrexin anymore, its now 4 months now that its out of stock, that's the only capsule that relieve the inflammation in my spine, but no pharmacies in dbn get it anymore, im in need for it urgently

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David Says:

@Shamla,

Sorry to hear about your situation. Blood in your stools is certainly not normal. However, the US National Institute of Health (NIH) does list it as a side effect of Arthrexin (indomethacin); whereas they recommend contacting your doctor immediately.

@Maggie,

If you haven't tried this already, I would probably call around and see if any other stores carry it outside of your immediate area. To date, I have not seen any other specific details or announcements surrounding its lack of availability or discontinuation. Maybe it was on temporary back-order? 4 months is a long time to wait though...

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