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deramaxx 25 mg

brown round pill AF on onside and NA on the other side ## Deramaxx contains Deracoxib, currently it is approved for use in animals, via veterinary prescription. It is most commonly used to treat pain, and swelling. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, stomach irritation, increased risk of bleeding, and dizziness. Do you have a pet that this was prescribed for?

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generic for Deramaxx

200 lb dog who needs this med for pain relief. We need some a little more inexpensive. ## My Rotti/shep bitch is 13yrs old. She's been on glycoflex for years now.She just started to favor a rear leg.The vet found that she is starting to have pain,so she gave me some sample bottles of deramaxx to try.I asked how much when samples used up & was told $112.xx for 30tabs! I'm 64yrs & unemployed.No way can I afford that.I did find the generic name is deracoxib(not sure of cost yet).My old holistic med book(Rodale Press-written by a vet) recommends alfalfa,2-6 tabs daily,depends on dog size. Alfalfa works on my arthritis pain(in my fingers) so I'll try it on my old girl. ## Hello, After running a few Google searches, I haven't been able to find any generics for Deramaxx...

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Beware Deramaxx

My name is Debra and I have worked and taught in the human health field for 28 years. I am currently teaching adjunct professor courses on health and fitness at a local community college here in Michigan. I also personal train and teach fitness classes to the elderly including those with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease at a local senior center. I have seen the positive benefits of properly prescribed medications in improving the quality of life in humans and on occasion I have seen the negative impact of interactions of prescription medications and understand the disastrous consequences that can arise from misinformed or in this case totally uninformed individuals. I am a dog lover and a dog owner and am shocked and dismayed at the relatively po...

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deramaxx

Our English Bulldog needs a pain med. for very severe tooth and gum infections. He is 10 years old & he cannot have the anesthetic needed for surgery to remove his teeth. We are just trying to keep him comfortable and were wondering if this would help with his pain ? If you have a better solution, we would greatly appreciate any help. Thank you !!!

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is there a good substitute for deramaxx

Deramaxx substitute. Is there a good substitute for Deramaxx? ## You will need to speak to the prescribing physician, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so there are others available, but they may not be appropriate for the condition being treated.

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DERAMAXY

pain killer for dog ## Do you mean Deramaxx (Deracoxib) ? Deracoxib is a member of the class of drugs known as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), the same class as such common over-the-counter remedies as Advil (Ibuprofen), Aleve (Naproxen), Orudis (ketoprofen), and Aspirin. The chief use for such drugs in the dog has been pain relief, usually joint pain or post-surgical pain relief.

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