Drug Interactions With Meloxicam

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rummpa Says:


would it be dangerous if I take my medical marijuana while on a meloxicam prescription?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rummpa! How are you?

No, marijuana has not been known to cause any problems or interactions with any prescription medications, so far. That's why so many doctors are in favor of its use.

However, combined with the side effects of the Meloxicam, which is classified by the FDA as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, you may experience more dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth than usual.

Other Meloxicam side effects may include headache, stomach irritation and increased risk of bleeding.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Marijuana and effexor have a bad reaction together. They both bump serotonin levels up and the combo of them can range from nausea to seizures. I know this from my doctor and personal experience.

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Country Girl Lynda Says:
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Why is it that hydrocodone causes me nausea and sometimes vomiting and oxycodone, most of the time doesn't?

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