Celebrex and wine

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alone and try to find a reputable drug site and check side effects or contraindications. The wine alone? I sincerely doubt it. I would guess one or more of the drugs or the combination of one or more of the drugs with wine.
Three months ago I had a cervical spine fusion, and was taking Ultracet and Flexeril before surgery and now only occasionally need Flexeril. Which of these medicines could contribute to the abnormal LFT? I drink a glass of wine each night, and maybe 3-4 glasses on a weekend night. Could the wine cause the liver abnormalities? My doctor wants me to quit taking the pravachol and retest in two months. Should I be concerned? Should I be panicked?
Another consideration would be the long-term use of both ibuprofen and Celebrex, which have both been associated with drug-induced hepatitis. These options can be discussed with your GI physician. This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case. Kevin Pho, M.D. KevinMD.com Twitter.
The Celebrex has helped a lot. Just a thought. I have used Celebrex on and off for 6 years and have no ill effects. It is way better than ibuprofen, Alleve and the like. It doesn't irritate my stomach and does not make you drowsy or anything. Obviously there is an underlying cause for your son's ailments, but immediate relief of symptoms while you are dealing with the underlying cause is a good thing. Also, Allegra gave me severe back pain. Just something else to consider. Good luck.
The only reason I am able to make it this time is I stopped a few other meds-Previcid,Zocor and Celebrex. That makes it easier. I also have difficulty with soda or any carbonated drink. They all taste yucky and taste flat. Some foods feel odd to chew. Has anyone else had gastric problems? Will this pass or should I give it up before I further tear up my stomach? Thanks if you have any tips for me.
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My question is, is it ok to have a glass of wine tonight and is it ok to drink wine while taking this med ?
He put me on Celebrex (anti-inflammatory for my neck and gave me Zoloft and Xanax for the anxiety. I've been sick much more often in the last six months, probably due to a horrible work environment (new boss). My doctor didn't know how or why my neck has suddenly swollen. But it worries me a lot and my husband is really concerned. I feel like my healthy is spinning out of control. I'm still having severe neck pain and my should is still pretty stiff.
I can't anymore. NSAID and DMARDS and cortisone injections and prednisone and metho injections and Remicade and Enbrel and Humira...........I've probably left something out, but you get the picture. The Enbrel worked quite well, but after 2 years I began getting some weird lab reports and while it was never conslusively connected to the Enbrel, I became wary of the biologics because I felt they just really didn't know enough about the long term effects, so I told my rheumo I was done.
I have tried celebrex, Lyrica, Cymbalta and Savella and none of these provide me with any relief. The only thing that helps is Oxycontin, but drs. are relunctant to prescribe on an ongoing basis. Any suggestions would be really appreciated.
However, there is validity to the premise that pain will actually keep you alive longer, and it's always an ongoing challenge to find the balance of pain and/or anxiety control. Remember, too, that acute co-morbid events, ie: coronary, pulmonary or spontaneous bleeding and clotting can occur at any time and hasten death Additionally, it is not uncommon for liver failure patients to wax and wane in terms of their mentation, confusion and overall state.
I have a B-12 deficiency and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis (hypothyroid) and am currently taking Celebrex for heel spurs in my feet. I am only 27 and am currently thinking it is a vitamin deficiency as well. My advice would be to take a multi-vitamin, eat a banana and see what happens. Then see your doctor.
So at the moment I am on Celebrex 200mg nocte, not really doing much and panadol osteo x 2 bd.
The last anti inflammatory I took was Celebrex and it was helping my arthritis a little bit (not a lot), but when it caused my BP to raise to 160/120, I was told to immediate stop the med and stay away from all anti inflams from now on. As soon as I did and it was out of my system, my BP went back to normal. I do not normally take any meds for BP, so it's not that I already had high BP - it was all related to the Celebrex.
I used to enjoy drinking when I was younger (not getting super wasted but I liked my wine and beer), but since I've been on lithium I can't handle wine, and forget about liquor/spirits - zero. Why? First of all because of constipation. Alcohol combined with lithium is dehydrating! But I also have stopped drinking because it's not fun anymore... Once a few months after I started taking lithium I had 2 glasses of wine at a party (at that point I was on 900 mg). Bad idea.
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Keep a record of what you eat and drink so that you can identify any trigger foods that set off your migraines. Chocolate, coffee, oranges, red wine and cheese are usually the main food culprits. You may have different triggers. Staring at flashing lights on a TV and also being at a computer screen for a long time can also cause migraines. Make sure that you limit your time at a computer screen and have a break from the screen every half hour or so.
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Given a stress test and received a clean bill of health. Diagnosed with High blood pressure and placed on medication. Sent to Physical therapy and given viox. Didn't help. Tried ice and heat and received semi relief. Visited ER several times, cardiac enzymes negative. Heart cath Aug of 00 negative. Still having severe chest pain. MRI of the Brachial Plexus showed swelling over the subclavian artery. CT's of the chest were negative as well as chest X-Rays. Given Percocet for pain.
Once I'm off this round of treatment I will be able to stop the Celebrex (and Rx Prilosec they have me on to protect my tummy) and will be able to go back to the Prednisone as needed. Good luck to all.
I have been prescribed, Vioxx,Celebrex, Imitrax and some stuff like Meth---- that I had to take six the first day,five the next etc down to one on the final day. So far nothing relieves. The big problem for me is being seen when I am having a series. It seems that I can get an appointment when I am fine, but not when I am having the headache MRI, Cat scan and X-Rays show nothing. A clean bill of health.
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For the past few weeks I have been throwing around ideas as to the best way to respond to this matter. You see a recent article ( Feb.3 , 2009 NY times) titled "Best treatment for TMJ May be Nothing" nearly made me clench my jaw to pieces. While well written, I found that the author, Ms. Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists.
I refuse to take antidepression medicine, lyrica,celebrex. Many of these medicines make you feel like a zombie and can cause strokes and heart attacks.
I needed to drink or I would have gotten seizures. I would down the cheap wine or beer and go to work...I wasn't drunk but feeling normal. At work, during lunch I would down a couple of gin and tonics that would hold me over till I got home at 5:30. While I was driving home, I would stop at the liquor store and pick up a pint of Southern Comfort.. These would be daily ocurrances for a month until I got help...
yall need some cheese with that wine...I got hit by a car on the interstate changing a tire broke my arm and broke my leg in three places bone broke thru my leg and now have titanium and screws in my leg... three discs in my back are ruptured...if youll get off the pills your body produces the chemicals you need for the pain to subside...Of course youll never feel as good as you did before but it will become manageable....I was an addict before all this happened...
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