Is Meloxicam Commonly Abused

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shian Says:
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My daughter has been stealing my meds (meloxicam) and I was wondering is she addicted or is the medication getting her high to where she keeps stealing them?



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Verwon Says:

No, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so it is not commonly abused, since it doesn't cause the effects of opiates, or stimulants.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach irritation.

However, if it is making her dizzy, she might think that she's getting high from it. Have you spoken to her about it?


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Georgi Says:

My son is also taking the same thing I an underhanded method he has acquired them. He is 16 . This couldn't be just for pain he would ask me for something. I am also concerned.

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Katt Says:
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My son has been insufflating these pills and I was wondering what it does to him and how it affects him?

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Jon jon Says:
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I have a Rx for mobic and you get 0 high off of them. No idea why kids would be abusing them. But hey kids these days eat Tide pods. So maybe they need an old fashioned belt to straighten them out.

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