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Does anyone know if mobic is addictive? My doctor switched me to them today from loratab. I am glad because the loratab really is addictive and I would rather not have my body relying on anything. I have been on the loratab for a little over a year now and I feel like crap if I miss a day and go without it. Not only am I in pain (because of female problems and my back) but I feel like I have the flu. How long will I feel that way without it? since I switch my meds today.
They are trying Meloxicam usually just called Mobic. I looked it up, it doesn't say anything about being for pain, but it is an anti inflammatory med, so I wondered if anyone else had experience with this medication. It is good for slowing down my osteoporosis so that's good.
Starting this new anti-inflammation med and I read it could cause weight gain and swelling.....anyone have this as a symptom? How well does it work? Have a lot of pain from herniated discs in my neck and back.
If you are concerned about the medication, talk to your doctor and see if there is another option, maybe something that is not as strong to try for starters and, if that does not work out, move up. Many of us have to weight the side effects against the benefits considering all of the ways our conditions effect our lives. Hope some more specific personal experience info will be posted here soon.
I just started Mobic (meloxicam) a few days ago and they say I should work fast. Im taking one 7.5 tab a day for Piriformis syndrome which is a disorder that occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed or otherwise irritated by the piriformis muscle. I really don't see any difference in my pain level at all, I had more help w ibphrofen, should I take that right now too? could I increase the dose till I talk to my doc on Monday or should I give it more time to work?
since I am not on Remicade, I as able to obtain some Mobic. for some reason, Mobic does not seem to work the way it did before, some days when I take mobic, it works like a Charm, but some days I am in extreme pain. I also purchase some over the counter arthritis pain relief medicine, but I'm not taken much of it. the question I have is why does medicine work will one day and other days, it does not work at all? Thank you very much.
30 times stronger than morphine and is as close to actual heroin as you can get but it does work. As with any opiate....you will eventually develop a tollerance to the fentanyl and will have to increase your doseage...we are all in the same boat.
or ill just stand there in like a daze for a few seconds till i remember what i was wanting to do and sometimes i find myself going to do something then i turn in a full circle , a bit dazed.. i had a full work up at my gyn ...no issues there im too young for menopause....my brother is diagnosed bipoloar with psychosis at age 18...we endured physcical abuse i tried paxil but put me into extreme panic attacks , cold sweat shakes etc...effexor put me to sleep and that is all i did....
I take 400mg/25mg ultram every morning to take alittle of edge of. I trying fish oil. Is there anything else. I am trying to work but getting harder and harder. I have bills to pay I have to work. I plan going to nursing school (my dream) next April. Someone tell me something good.
In my opinion it's 10% physical and 90% mental. Keep thinking about how your life was before the pills and how wonderful it's going to be after. We are all here if you need support or encouragement. Stay strong, stay positive and God Bless....
My husband is not a very understanding person either. Will the suboxone work for me or not with the fentanyl patch. Does anyone know. One thing I do know is that you have to be in W/D before you can use the suboxone I read here somehwere that with fentanyl Subutex is a better choice. Does anyone know for sure. Isn't their any way for mylan to help with this problem? It is horrible that just because you try a drug to see if indead it will help you with the pain you are a user forever.
Did he test for Celiac disease? Try taking calcium at night and magnesium in the morning. Take L-arginine to improve circulation. Try a whole food supplement. Eat more vegetables and lean ground meat or fish. Take zinc. Take L-glutamate and a probiotic.
How long until I start to feel better? I am off of work for a week (I planned this to coincide with my vacation). I would have gone into a detox or something but I have no one to take care of my house, etc.
I am SOO open to any advice and suggestions seeing as how the remainder of my life hinges on me finding relief somewhere!! I have many more MRI images I can provide if these are insufficient.
So pretty much, If I take Mobic in the morning and have pain at night, I can't take any more meds. Does anyone have a good idea of a med that is not habit-forming, something that will work good, and something I can take every day? THanks!
that understands me and my pain but it took me about 7 years to get to this point. I have found that oxy and oxycotin does work for me I am on a oxy ir for immediate pain and a long lasting oxycotin for long coverage. there are other pian meds that I have tried and they don't work. every person is different and need different care.
, AND ONE FOR ARTHRITIS. THE URIC ACID ONE CAME BACK NEGATIVE, THE ARHTRITIS ONE POSITIVE. HE WANTS ME TO TAKE MOBIC. I REMINDED HIS NURSE THAT I AM ALLERGIC TO SOME NSAIDS. ALLEVE, EC NAPROSYN, ETC., MAKE MY HEARTBEAT AND BP GO CRAZY. I CAN TAKE IBUPROFEN, MOTRIN...NURSE TOLD ME TO TRY THE MOBIC, AND IF I HAVE ANY PROBLEMS, TO LET THEM KNOW.
so I don't think the relafen has started to work yet. How long does the relafen take to start working... how many weeks? And why did the mobic stop working? Is that normal? I'm wondering if my osteoarthritis is getting worse... or what's going on? Doctor did lab work... so if I had rheumatoid arthritis instead of osteo... would that show up in lab? I'm only 45.. was first diagnosed with osteoarthritis around 40... is that young for that?
My 20 yr old daughter was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis a year ago, but her problems started when she was 16. She would be fine for a few months, then have very painful flares and shortness of breath. We went to numerous specialists, but she just seemed so healthy with her normal blood work and appearance that they all said it was hypermobility causing her hip pain and anxiety causing the shortness of breath.
No surprises @ the appt I am sure . Basically cause I am on Mobic every day so he sees me ev 3mos or he won't give me renewals on the med. My latest bloodwork was fine.
About two years ago I went to an ENT with a reccouring sinus infection...was told I have drainage problems as well as allergies...had sinus surgury in Sept 2006 to help with this problem...I still feel like i have a sinus infection, my CT came back normal with slight maxilary sinus congestion...I was then referred to a neuroligist because my headaches became more and more just facial pain...my face hurts constantly...was diagnosed with tension headache and my MRI came back normal....
I wanted to recommend those of you that are having trouble with family and friends not understanding how living with Chronic pain/conditions work. If you will Google "Spoon theory", you will find a sight by a patient that lives with Chronic pain. She doesn't have Chiari, but rather Lupus, which has some similarities in symptoms. This has helped me to understand a little better, what my daughter lives with each and every day. I hope this is helpful to some of you!
It turned out that I was allergic to the stuff. I wonder if it's worth reassessing how well Tramadol does or doesn't work for the FMS?
My 20 yr old daughter was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis a year ago, but her problems started when she was 16. She would be fine for a few months, then have very painful flares and shortness of breath. We went to numerous specialists, but she just seemed so healthy with her normal blood work and appearance that they all said it was hypermobility causing her hip pain and anxiety causing the shortness of breath.
I am a 31 year old female and I recently saw a fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue specialist for a myriad of complaints including fatigue, headaches, joint & muscle pain. He thinks I might have sleep apnea which would account for some of my symptoms but not all. I have some of the pressure points for fibromyalgia but not a full 11.
My Ankle therapy shows 50% loss of range of motion .. how does a tinfoil head clucking chicken get around on one foot I ask ? I am managing ok taking breaks during the day and icing things down, etc., etc.
Hi Friends, Good work! Welcome new warriors! We are glad you are here. Make yourself comfy.
It is an expensive drug, but so was our habit. I understand that it does not work for everybody, but I certainly think it is worth a shot for some of you. Let me know what you think. Do you think taking Lyrica is cheating? I do feel a little guilty, because when I took it my body went ahhhh. I thought it would work like a stronger aspirin, but it works much better.
She consumed 61 powders plus a prescription of 30 pills of Mobic (arthritis med)in 6 days. She is currently living with me and my husband and when I confront her she gets very mad and tells me I only want to control her. Does she get the same "high" from the powders as a hydro or something similar? Is the addiction to caffiene or just medication in general. She has a very addictive personality (cigs, meds, people, etc..
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