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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.
I know you are concerned about your Tylenol intake, but it is better than taking the Vic's. and that is what my daughter uses. She was diagnosed on her 10th birthday with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, and refuses to take the meds. they prescribed to her. Not sure this will help, but it is something to consider. Best of luck, and I hope you feel better soon!
Rheumatologist throws Cymbalta at me and now on that. Meloxicam didn't help, Tramadol doesn't help. One day I take Tramadol with .5 Ativan and my pain was relieved. I sleep on my sides, it feels like a tight wide rubber band holding my fingers and hand/joint pain during day like I punched someone and it's the next day. Wrists when squeezed shift/crack. Tonight pointer finger numb and shoulder burning again. HELP. Could this be Rheumatoid? Shoulder injury pressing on nerve?
He also explained that basically there are 2 groups of NSAID's, one of which uses COXX 2 inhibitors. Vioxx is one of these; Celebrex is another, and there is a 3rd... and that all of these are probably going to be pulled from the market. In case anyone on Vioxx has not heard, it's been pulled off the market worldwide (Thursday) because it has been found to double the chance of strokes or heart attack AFTER 18 MONTHS OF USE. If you have taken it for shorter time, don't freak out!
The pain usually became worse as the day went on, never anything very severe, but annoying enough to seek a doctor. My doctor diagnosed me with tension type headaches and prescribed me with meloxicam, somas, and fiorinal with codeine for occasional use. Well I continued to have these headaches for about a month, and the medications didn't appear to be helping a whole lot. I have to admit that I was very concerned (and probably tense) because of them.
I am glad that it has been effective for you. My sister, also a nurse, uses Celebrex daily. She was informed several years ago that she should have a TKR. She is just 49 and has chose to put off the surgery for as long as medically possible. The Celebrex keeps her maintain her activity level and the pain tolerable, without it she cannot make it through her supervisory shift. She takes no other pain medication, so yes it has been very effective for her also. Again thank you for sharing.
Zolpidem – help sleeping c. Meloxicam (after ibuprofen was stopped) – for the nausea d. Ibuprofen (on occasion) – nausea and headaches e. Prilosec – long term GI f. Cymbalta – Anxiety / head pain 5. Temporarily altered eating habits –meats and dairy cause nausea and fatigue to get worse, but no change to other symptoms: a. No meats b. No dairy c. No canned foods d. No fast food 6. Blood test for basic diseases / levels – no anomalies 7.
Enteric coated naproxen 550mg is cheap, RX only, and protects your gut from bleed risk. Celebrex and Mobic (meloxicam-cheap) are once daily options that help lower risk of bleed. All of the other OTC NSAIDS, if used chronically, are not worth the bleed risk. Get your MD to give u a good long acting enteric coated NSAID. Diclofenac XR is generic Voltaren and is available in a once daily formulation. 3. Non-drug options - ThermaCare heat wraps for the neck are a staple at our home.
Hello! Glad to see you posted. I suffer with chronic pain, as you will see many people in here do. I took pain meds for nine years and became addicted to them. I recently stopped. I have been prescribed a medication called "Naproxen" 500mg tablets, to be taken twice a day. It is non-narcotic. From what I have read, it takes several weeks to get into the system and begin to work. Since I just started it on Friday, I am not there yet. However, I am hopeful.
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acid reflux, so I am uses to stomach issues, but this is way different. I am never straining when it happens, my stomach is cramping(not painfully at first) I go to the bathroom and as I begin to have a loose bm I can feel it coming on, it creeps up the back of my neck and then literally explodes in my head and it the worst migraine I have ever experienced. I have had migraines since I was 18 years old, but have not have any in years until this has happened...
and he almost DIED, yet when his gfriend breaks up with him, he just totally changes and goes out and gets wasted.....and uses.....he was trying to just eat vicodin instead, but its not getting him anywhere but closer to death. so if there are any heroin addicts/recovering out there that has a suggestion, i would love to hear it! thanks !!!
I feel OK now, thanks to the anti-inflamatory pills (MELOXICAM 7.5 mg) actually pain went away next day. But how long I can take pills?? Still waiting for blood test results from rheumatologist (appointment next wek), need to make x-rays of my knee and both hands. I think about taking MELISA test, still waiting for referal from dentist. The worst for me are costs.
I was dx with hypothyroidism Jan 08 after dealing with extreme fatigue, was put on 88mcg Synthroid after working with an endo and then sent to a rheumatologist who dx with fibromyalgia. Was put on Meloxicam, Soma and Elavil to help with "fibro symptoms." Starting feeling much better for about 6+ months until "crashing" with severe fatigue plus a new symptom - lacation- Dec 08. Gynocologist sent me to have MRI to look at pituitary even though prolactin levels were normal.
THE DRINKING IS STARTING AGAIN AND HER BACK LEGS ARE GETTING WEAK. THE DOCTOR SAID TO GIVE HER A QUARTER PEICE OF MELOXICAM 15 MILLAGRAMS AN ANTI-INFLAMITORY THAT I TAKE FOR MY BACK. THAT REALLY HELPS HER. SHE SEEMS TO HAVE GOOD DAYS AND BAD DAYS. I BOUGHT HER THE LITTLE DOG STEPS TO GET ON THE BED AND I HELP HER UP ANY BIG STAIRS,THAT REALLY HELPS. I'M ALSO STARTING TO NOTICE CALCIFICATION BUMPS ON HER ELBOWS. JUST PUT SOME VASELINE FOR THAT TO KEEP IT MOISTERIZED.
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