Meloxicam 15mg Use

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How often can it be taken? My RX says once a day. Is it ok to take 1 in the AM and 1 in the PM?



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Norm Says:

I take 15mg meloxicam in the morning and it seems to do ok, but by bed time I have pain and can't sleep. Could I take one Aleve?

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Sue Says:

Is 2 aleve twice a day equal to one 15mg melodic am? It does not seem to last 24 hours.

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doxymom Says:
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I have arthritis in my hip and was given a cortisone shot 2 months ago. As it has worn off the pain is gradually returning. I was prescribed meloxicam but started pain management with first Tylenol and am back to Aleve. My last dose was 1 day ago and wonder if it is now ok to try the meloxicam? I want to make sure the Aleve is out of my system.

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Laura Says:
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I accidentally took three ibuprofen and one 15 mg of meloxicam at the same time. I realized this after I had swallowed them. Will I be ok? I know not to take them together or in the same day so that's why I'm asking! Thanks!

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Jeff Says:
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If i take two aleve at the same time, will it last 24 hrs?

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Margo Says:
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You'll be fine. 3 IB is equal to the prescription ones and the prescribed IB comes in 600 & 800mg.

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Minique Says:
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Hi. I took 2 aleves at 4pm. I have a bad toothache! Will it be fine if I took a meloxicam? It is now 10:39 at night.

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Marion Says:
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Hi. I would like to know if I can take meloxicam 15 mg for my foot pain (strain)?

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Arlene Says:
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Re: Norm (# 1)

My doc prescribed 400 mg of Meloxicam...isn't that a lot?

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