Meloxicam15-mg 1 A Day

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brenda Says:
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I have R A and been taking maloxicam 15mg for 7 months. My flare ups are worse now. My DR won't change my medecation. Is there something else I can go to him with?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Brenda! How are you?

What type of doctor are you seeing?

I think a specialist would be the best bet to get the help you need.

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brenda Says:
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I am seeing an RA doctor

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James Says:
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I have degenerative disk disease and herniated disks in my spine. The meloxicam did nothing for me but ny doctor gave me nabumetone 750mg. Pronounced na beam a tone. You take it twice a day and it helps 10 times better than the meloxicam for me. You may want to ask your doctor if you can try it.

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