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vioxx other side MRK 11O

SMALL ROUND PEACH COLOR PILL ONE SIDE VIOXX OTHER SIDE MRK ON TOP UNDERNEATH 110 ## This medication has been discontinued in the U.S., but it was a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that was used to treat pain, fever, and swelling. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, stomach irritation, headache, and increased risk of bleeding. Is there anything else I can help with?

mark 110 vioxx 25

I have a bottle of round peach colored pills with VIOXX on 1 side and MARK 110 on the other what is this ## Hello, Larry! How are you? This is a 25mg Vioxx tablet, which contain the active ingredient Rofecoxib a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that has been withdrawn from the market due to serious safety concerns. Thus, you should dispose of them, because this medication was found to create risk of stroke and heart disease. Is there anything else I can help with?


Vioxx really helped me when I was on it....Do you think they will ever bring it back on the market.Or is there another drug that works as good.I am alergic to Daypro and Cataflam. Any one have any ideals?? ## Is the perscription drug Vioxx now available for consumer purchase? My husband took vioxx and says that it worked better for him then anything he has been on since the recall. ## I haven't found anything that works as well as Vioxx. I am currently taking Mobic but not getting the relief I got from Vioxx. It's short-lived and not as effective. Any news of another promising med for osteoarthritis?

M R K 110

SMALL,AND ROUND LIKE THE BACK END OF AN INK PEN, ABOUT 3 MM THICK ## Is it by any chance an orangish color? I think you have a Vioxx 25 mg. If you can check this picture to verify. Hope this helps. ## One other thing to note - if it is a Vioxx, that med has been banned by the FDA in the U.S. and I believe also in Canada.

Vioxx I miss it

Is anything out there to help/ ## Vioxx was the only drug that relieved my arthritis pain. Since it's off the market now, my doctor prescribed MOBIC, but after taking it 4-1/2 mos., on May 12th, I hemorrhaged severly and ended up in the hospital for 11 days; lost 15 lbs., had many blood transfusions, and was basically bedridden until mid-July. It's has caused several other medical problems, a few that even required surgery! I'm still fighting the battle, and my doctor says it will be a year before I'll get over this. Ultracet doesn't seem to relieve osteoarthritis pain; neither does Tylenol for Arthritis. I have a hard time sleeping, and Tylenol PM doesn't seem to do much for that. My doctor says I cannot take Ibuprophen, Aspirin, or any anti-inflamatories. But I...


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