Celebrex in dogs

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At first, of course, they give you the heavy hitters and then they weaned me off and put me on Celebrex. I still have chronic OA in the other joints in my body. My left knee is going to need to be replaced but I'm holding off as long as possible. Back to the Celebrex, it really isn't working for me at all. Can't figure it out with all the great reviews it receives. I'm in bed all day with pain some days worse than others. I will be seeing a rheumatologist to see what the next step is.
I'm writing this to help any of you guys that are suffering. I have been using norco 10/325 for the past 3 years, 8 pills a day. I decided to quit. Not only has the drug made me more depressed but it is dipping into my bank acnt and I'm getting married. It's been only 13 hours since I last used norco and I'm not feeling as terrible as I thought I would. A few days ago I ordered WITHDRAWAL EASE. Guys, it's amazing.
They are very random and can occur when she's sitting, walking, running or laying in bed. They also can occur once in a day or week, or several times in the same day. She has had ultrasounds, xrays, mri's, vein tests, nerve tests, etc., and no doctor yet has diagnosed her problem. It scares the heck out of me sometimes because it comes on so quick that there is a violent jerk reaction followed by cries of pain and agony.
While pain in dogs can be treated with narcotics, it's not often that it's used for chronic pain situations outside an inpatient setting that can be closely monitored. I suspect part of the reason is diversion: too many people take the meds meant for their dogs. There are several NSAIDS to try that are safe for dogs. Deramaxx is a cox-II inhibitor like human Celebrex that worked the best for my dogs with osteoarthritis and one with hip dysplasia.
Hi Sweetie!!!! Okay, your CRP was high, this info I pulled off of labtestsonline "indicates inflammation and tests for the activity of the disease. It may be used to help diagnose RA and to evaluate and monitor the condition. An increased level of CRP occurs in RA but not in osteoarthritis." I would definately get your labs and see what else they found. Did he say anything about doing anything for the bone spur? How painful that must be. I feel for you.
Hi Emily & welcome.......WOW, your guy has been through a lot...Bless you for the care you have given him......I'm thrilled to hear such a wonderful story! Blue definitely needs to be on a joint supplement....I'm surprised your Vet has not sold you one.......
I was getting 2 or 3 bad headaches every 3 week cycle but the Celebrex has really cut down on those. Other little things - backaches, runny nose, some blood in the nose, but these are all minor. Many of the standard chemo side effects - nausea, etc - aren't common with Avastin. Also, they warn you about these, but in 2 to 4% of ovca patients, SE include stroke, heart attack, blood clots and bowel perforations. They should tell you to be very careful about these.
I started my evening walk at 2 miles, but increased that because my dogs needed a longer walk. In all this time I’ve only lost about 5 lbs. *oh and im currently BF my 3rd child it doesn't seem to have helped me lose any weight either* Of my 3 pregnancies I’ve had gestational diabetes the last 2 pregnancies. I was prescribed glyburide the last 3 months of my 2nd pregnancy and the last 6 of my 3rd pregnancy. I continue to monitor my blood sugar and watch my diet.
The report suggests your heart has a shift in it's axis which I believe means it is oriented to the right in your chest (that's how it was explained to me). This is common for people that have lost weight. In most cases and enlarged atrium is best diagnosed by measuring it's volume but that test is rarely done as the diagnosis is normally not very significant, however with you family history it should be looked at.
good luck sweetie...your in my thoughts! love kimmy CELEBREX...hey thanks guys....i never even considered that it would be hard on my liver as my doc perscribed it knowing about the hep and my hep nurse knows i am on it and never said anything....so thanks...i'll check into that.. JONI....haha..yah, well girl, YOUR the one with the conections!!!
Prior to this surgery I had terrible constant back pain and severe numbness in both legs, which began innocently enough in early 2001 and gradually increased, before I gave in and finally let my husband drag me to see a surgeon. The surgery helped briefly - maybe for 8 months. After that, the surgeon suggested a fusion at the same site. That was in Nov. 2003. After a 9 month recovery from that surgery, I was actually in more pain than before.
I have been pretty much wiped out by mine - chronic intrahepatic cholestasis (due to PSC probable over the past 8 to 10 years) leading to decompensated cirrhosis with ascites and GI bleeding. I was an active, competitive athlete in many sports but now just a simple slow walk around a couple of blocks is my new limit. Very weaken muscles with a general loss of full body coordination. Lots of arthralgias and myalgias so the pain is always there.
I have a question which I know is more suited to the Back and Neck pain forum but I just wanted to touch base with it to see if there is anyone suffering from the same sort of pain. When I go to bed at night my back is fine...no pain no nothing. When I awaken in the morning the pain in my mid back is unbearable. It is so unbearable that it forces me to get up...not only because it hurts to lie down but because I know that the second I stand up...the pain magically disappears!
A small percentage of men develop severe pain and find it affects their quality of life or causes pain during sex or diminishes the sensation of orgasm or pleasure from sex. Between 1 in 30 and 1 in 60 men regret having the vasectomy due to chronic genital pain. If you end up in this latter group, your treatment options will include warm soaks, Motrin, and time. If it does not resolve, you may need a vasectomy reversal and it may not be covered by insurance and could cost $4000 to $12,000.
Hey Honey...I miss you and hope that you are well....
Hi Everyone, Welcome brave Tramadol Warriors ... Come on in and make yourself comfy ... there's room for all!
Hi, I am new to this forum, but I am new to these forums in general, but I started posting in the Heart Diseae forums first, in Mid April of this year. I just turned 55, ( May 28th,) and was diagnosed with Hashimotos in 2000 after probably having it for quite some time. 2000 was a bad year as I was laid off my teaching job because of my on the job back injury and I haven't worked since.
Be kind to her and she can open many doors for you. Your physicians nurse can be a great resource for you now and in the future. I hope you are just in a flare and that your pain will subside. If not don't be afraid to contact the surgeon or your PCP. Take care my dear. We are here for you.
within the last week I have had extreme joint pain and inflamation in my hAnds. My knees hurt and I have lost all feeling in my left middle finger. When I sleep, or try to sleep, both of my arms and hands go numb. I got blood work and my ana count is high.
I don't have much to offer you... pretty much everything you need is in these posts, in yourselves, and in your connections with other people. I never took tramadol, but opiates were one of several substances I was addicted to when my sky fell some years before tramadol was introduced. I believe absolutely that the primary characteristics of tramadol withdrawall are substantially the same as opiate withdrawall.
My doc prescribed Trazadone, it's an older antidepressant that is used also used for sleeping. I feel tired in the a.m. upon waking but once I shower, etc. I'm better. I have some arthritis in my neck and some disc degeneration and I take Mobic for the inflamation which helps the joint pain. It works like Vioxx and Celebrex but hasn't been taken off the market so far. Good luck.
If you can, get on something that doesn't have tylenol in it. The tylenol is what does people in with their livers.
This thread is full of helpful and kind people who want to help you get off this terrible drug. Please snuggle in and make yourself comfy. I know you can do it!
so I continue to be in terrible pain. I have been on relafen, celebrex and now going to lodine. I was also prescribed Paxil for some unknown reason, which I quit taking right after the news article on a tv magazine show. I have had no relief and am so looking for a cure. Or at least to wake up one day, just one is all I ask, to be pain free after 20 years, I wish it could happen. I so wish that you can get better, if so let me know, I will try anything.
feeling good is an art, for those of us who have used drugs to get this desirable effect. im looking for all the ideas in this area i can get. for me , reading is a big one. playing sports. watching a good movie. . working hard some times does it. making money used to do it , but not anymore. making love is always , like tops on the list. so what can we do to feel better and get the endorphins going, peace!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think this place attracts some of the most intelligent and caring people in the world. So gratifying. I haven't posted for a very long time ... but I will always keep this thread going. I remember so well the desperation I had to hear from anyone ... anyone about how they got off. Now there's years worth of posts from people round the world who kicked Tram.
I finaly called my doctor and he called me some Xanax in. I wanted valium but he doesn't believe in prescribing it....for reasons unknown to me. He likes to prescribe ativan but I don't care for the way that makes me feel. So I'm hoping this xanax will take the edge off cause I'm about to crawl right out of my skin! As WW would say...OI! I actually moved the other half of my couch (I have a sectional) and searched for some more dropped valium.
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