Cortisone Shot And Meloxicam - Is It Dangerous?

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Maniya Says:


Half a year ago I developed Lichen Planus. As the disease progressed and the rashes were all over my body, my doctor inj. me with a 20mg cortisone shot. And also for my chronic back pain I have to take Meloxicam and Baclofen. What are the side effects of taking these medications? Thank you.



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Verwon Says:

The NIH and FDA warn that you may experience more side effects than usual, which could include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, fluid retention, and weight changes.

However, if the shot was given months ago, it should no long play a role, so the issues would be due to the Meloxicam, and Baclofen.

Have you received another shot, since?

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