Meloxicam For Shingles Pain

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mike lahey Says:


i have shingles and the meloxicam 7.5 seems to work really well. Is there dangerous side effects from meloxicam for people with shingles ?



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Verwon Says:

Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so there are possible dangerous side effects for anyone that takes it, regardless of other health problems that may be involved.

Learn more Meloxicam details here.

Some of the possible dangerous side effects may include elevated blood pressure, fluid retention, stomach ulceration and congestive heart failure.

Has your doctor prescribed this? How often do you take it?

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