Is Mobic A Narcotic

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Mobic - 2 degenerated discs/sciatica

I have been on Mobic, but the pain does not go away. I had an epidural, but pain still there. It seems the Mobic and the epidural are not sufficient. I will be getting another epidural in two weeks, but it has been a depressing 6 weeks of pain and immobility. Has anyone had this experience --- what else can I do? This has been torture. Any suggestions will be very helpful to me. ## I have two degenerated discs and spinal stenosis. As a result I am having Sciatica pain running down my leg. Hope this explains my previous thread. Thank you. ## Mobic contains the active ingredient Meloxicam, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to treat pain and swelling. Have you consulted your doctor? What other medications have you tried? It might be necessary for you to turn to narcotic opiat... ...

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Mobic vs Norco

Is Mobic a substitute or equivalent drug to Norco? ## Hello, Tracey! How are you? No, it is definitely not. Mobic contains the active ingredient Meloxicam, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. However, Norco is classified as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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what is a medicine called nocor for pain management

Doctor going to try this for me.I have diabetic neurophopy. ## Hello, Marie! How are you? Was it possibly Norco that your doctor mentioned? It is a narcotic analgesic that contains a combination of Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so there is a risk of it being habit forming and it can cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Norco details here. ## Is it safe to take hydrocodone while also taking Mobic? ## Brenda, There is no listed contraindications between these two substances but as ALWAYS YOU SHOULD CONFIRM THIS WITH YOUR PRESCRIBER since they are best equipped to handle this inquiry. I hope that answers your question adequately .Regards, Kenie. ...

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Duragesic Patches

A time releasing patch for pain/.525mg .wprm fpr 72 hours. Does this have coedine in it? ## No, no codeine, though it is a narcotic from a related opiate family. Duragesic is actually the name of the drug. This is actually 80 times stronger than morphine, and these patches cannot be used more frequently than every 48 hours at the prescribed dosage. They are generic for Fentanyl patches. Fentanyl Info Click Here ## These patches were prescribed by my doctor for all over body arthritis pain and fibromyalgia, since there are no arthritis drugs on market I can take. I was on vioxx and Bextra for years, but no longer. I also take Mobic, 2 Darvocets per day, but the patches cause severe itching, which is why I am asking about the codiene content. I had to remove the patch. Are you sure they a... ...

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does oxycodine have m 89 wrote on it

lite yellowish round pill with m 89 wrote on 1 side of it ## No, this is NOT Oxycodone, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 15mgs of Meloxicam, a generic for Mobic, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to to treat pain and inflammation. Some common side effects may include: nausea, headache, drowsiness and stomach irritation. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ## this pill is oval and has on one side 58and other side has 93. Also, a pill that is round with nothing on one side 75 on the other . What are they? ...

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percoset 10

it is a round pill it looks yellow and has cor 175 on the back. I think that it is percoset 10 but I am not for sure?? ## THIS IS NOT PERCOCET NOR ANY TYPE OF NARCOTIC! COR 175 contains 7.5mgs of Meloxicam, a generic for Mobic, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. ...

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ul 15 yellow

yellow rectangular with rounded ends UL on one side 15 on other said to be oxycodone ## This tablet DOES NOT contain Oxycodone, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 15mgs of Meloxicam, the active ingredient in Mobic, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to treat pain and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: What reason did you have to believe it was Oxycodone? ...

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yellow round zc 25 pill

small yellow round pill that has zc 25 pill on one side and nothing on the other side ## This tablet contains 7.5mgs of Meloxicam, a generic for Mobic, this is a nonsteroidalanti-inflammatory, used to treat pain and inflammation. Some common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and skin rash. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## What is it? pill with zc 25 ## Zc 25 yellow round pill - Is it a narcotic pain pill or is it just an anti-inflammatory pill? I need to know because I got my pills mixed up. ...

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need pills identified (4)

1st - oblong oval white pill has IP 137 on one side and 800 on back. 2nd - small light yellow round pill with M 89 on it. 3rd - small white round pill with AN 627 on it. 4th - small white and yellow capsule with ETHEX on yellow part and 041 on white part. ## IP 137 This is Ibuprofen 800mgs, a generic for Motrin. M89 is Meloxicam 15mgs, a generic for Mobic. These are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories. AN627 is Tramadol 50mgs, a generic for Ultram. This is derived from an opiate, so it is classified as a narcotic, but it does not carry the side effects of a narcotic and acts as an anti-inflammatory in the body. ETHEX041 This is Oxycodone IR 5mgs, a generic for Roxifast. This is a narcotic pain reliever. ## little small round white pill with looks like 458 on it ...

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