Meloxicam with tylenol

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meloxicam has been known to cause liver disease, I have read that it should be used with extream caution with patients with liver disease if at all. This drug is an NSAID, while from what I know, here and there use of an NSAID is usually no problem but the best choice for pain managment for liver disease patients is tylenol at the correct dose. When I was in extream pain they gave me vicodin, no NSAID.
I was told NOT to take any other medications like advil, ibuprophen, tylenol etc while on meloxicam. I am currently on Meloxicam, but you might want to double check with your doctor.
For this I've been prescribed Meloxicam/Mobic for the pain and inflamation. The data sheet that came with the prescription details some pretty nasty potential side effects. I normally don't have too much trouble with meds but this stuff is potent. What have been your experiences with this med? I'm also on Paxil, 10mgs per day, and Methlyne, 15mgs per day, for the depression and anxiety problems. Thx in advance for all your replys. Thom.
I was on Mobic for a year or so and never had any issues besides stomach pain (which any NSAID's can cause) I get stomach pain with any NSAID's. Mobic wasn't really that affective for me but my insurance made me try practically every NSAID on the market before they would approve Celebrex. They denied Celebrex and even recommended a PPI (ulcer med) to take with the NSAID's because they didn't want to pay for Celebrex. After they denied me 4 or 5 times, they finally approved it.
You might be able to take a Tylenol; check with your doctor or your pharmacist before combining scripts with over the counter medications.
18 months ago I was diagnosed with a mild case of lupus. According to my doctors, the lupus is no longer active, but some of my symptoms never saw any improvement. My rheumatologist thought it might be from my chiari (7mm, no NSF blockage from the MRIs). Here are my remaining symptoms: - Burning pain from my neck that radiates to my face, chest, shoulders, arms, and abdomen. Posture dependent, and chronic. Both sides of the body.
Interesting. I have been taking mobic (meloxicam) for three years and I developed hyperthyroid with nodules. Same symptoms may just be a coincidence though. I am 47 and have not lost a pound either darnit.
I has nothing to do with stress or post nasal drip or sinuses. It may have something to do with food allergies and intolerances. Just a guess but that is all I have right now to work with.
I was prescribe Meloxicam and tynolol with codiene,is this a good combination for severe arthritis?
this is sooooo hard, i was addicted to cocaine in the 80's, and went to treatment, and it was still an easier road than this,,,,,,i know i am addicted to those damn things, but i HATE being in pain, i have tried regular tylenol, even double strength, and i cant take advil because i am on meloxicam, and my doctor told me NOT to take ibuprofen with that, could have renal failure, dont need that,,,,just wish i could get to the neurol surgeon soon, my appointment is not until January!!!
I have had chronic rhomboid muscle pain on the right side for 10 years, and have seen numerous MD's(MRI with no significant problem found), Chiropractors (Adjustments & pressure point message), Physical Therapists (waste of money) and a Neurologist that is currently performing acupuncture. I self medicate with Ibuprofen, and sleep on an ice pack every night.
I have severe joint point pain and I have been told that Celebrex is a huge help for this. I am wondering about side effects and medicine interactions.
I'm sorry to hear of your battle with cancer and trouble with your surgeries. I hope you're doing better with that now. Unfortunately there are still some doctors who don't believe in fibro, which I think is sad. I've been diagnosed for 12 years and have been suffering with it for several years before that, so believe me, YES IT IS REAL!! Sometimes I wish that these doctors who don't believe in it or say you couldn't possibly be in that much pain, etc.
I have been on meloxicam for many years. I'm on day 25 norco free and working with my pain management doctor on non narcotic relief. I thought this maybe a good choice but the insurance company disagreed. Any opinions on arthritis relief options. I have liver issues and I'm tested every 6 months. I also have stenosis, 2 bulging discs and one that has been detached. I do commercial refrigeration and the arthritis is in my back, knees and hands.
He prescribed some pain killer and some anti-inflammatory medication. Is it ok to take codeine, meloxicam, carisoprodol, or other anti-inflamatory medication? I'm still confused about tylenol or aspirin. Which is safer for a hep c person like me? I'm still not on tx. Thanks.
I have had stiff, uncomfortable fingers for about three years now. I work with a computer and struggle to type due to the discomfort (I use Dragon Naturally Speaking when I can). It's not a sharp pain, rather a deep, dull discomfort. I first noticed the stiffness/discomfort while playing Xbox so stopped that, but I can't stop using computers. I have had blood tests, X-rays, and been to three different doctors (including specialists) but nobody can help.
I was prescribed Tylenol 3 and Norco from an urgent care clininc. I went there 2 times when I was having a day with severe pain, and I was not able to work without some releif. I informed my PCP , and she indicated I should not have been prescibed those medications.
I have a question about Osteoarthritis and the pain that comes with it. Last November I had 5, 6, and 7 upper vertebra fused together and feel so much better in that way BUT i can't take anti inflammatory medications for my Osteoarthritis, Tylenol doesn't even help a bit and non of the arthritis over the counter meds help either. My question is... is there a non narcotic pain medication that I can take every day? I am 45 years old and very healthy besides my arthritis. thank you!
i have had multiple xrays, a nuclear bone scan, i have tried physical therapy (which made it worse) and with no avail i have no diagnosis!! the pain use to be every once in a while (due to exercise or over exertion).now its like i have pain all the time with out any breaks and now the pain has radiated up into the lower back. it hurts to do everything, walk stand, sit, and lay. there is no comfort and i have no idea what do to. aleve, Tylenol, ib-profen dont help the pain.
Has anyone been to a pain management clinic? My doctor doesn't want me on narcotics long term (and neither do I!) so he's referred me to pain management. I have no idea what to expect. I've taken (without help) gabapentin, meloxicam, ibuprofen, tramadol, lortab (5, 7.5, & 10) and can't take excedrin and tylenol has never worked. I've also had 8 weeks of physical therapy and the chiropractor (not simultaneously) with no relief.
I Had been suffering from chronic low back pain for 6 years and all my gp did was throw drugs at me.. Had also been dealing with sever thorasic miscle issues from size 42 f chest. Last fall i finally got my breast reduction and with pt have made 80%improvement there..but all of a sudden i was standing up right and my lower back and legs got 10x worse.. New dr at clinic finally said i should have an MRI..only took 6 years! Lol well november 2011 imaging showed anular tear and bulging at L4/L5.
I am hoping that it is going to work as taking it once a day is nice vs. 3X for the other one with side effects of dizziness/tired with the Synthroid. Being time-released is nice even dosing 24hrs long. The one thing I did though, is I broke the pill in half to be certain no allergies, etc. Figuring 1/2 pill better than whole for first time .. then I took the 2nd half 2 hrs later ... wonder if I disrupted its long-acting properties doing so ???
One of these days Im going to have a total knee replacement, hopefully not hip, but excercise has been the absolute key in living a pain free life without opiates, just some tylenol and the occassional meloxicam. Wish you all the best, take care.
Have you tried Tylenol Arthritis? 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!
and it is BUT is used for different purposes in humans. Animals metabolize drugs much differently... Lay down in a dark room with a cold cloth as Poochie said. It will pass with time and some otc meds.
I have quit drinking alcohol, been taking Meloxicam (anti-inflammatory) for several weeks along with Tylenol and physical therapy, but have not seen improvement. Does anyone have any suggestions?
it is just frustrating to deal with the pain and with the suspicions. thanks for taking the time to reply.
This is along with other stuff that's been going on for a while, but seems to be getting much worse lately. The backs of my hands hurt, along with my fingers, wrists, ankles, hips, elbows, shoulders (knees seem to have escaped, go figure). It hurts when someone touches me, mostly my back and rib cage and arms. I am so tired. The only meds I am on are Baclofen (not helping much right now), and Meloxicam (same results as Baclofen). Are there no pain meds that will help!!!!
I take one of each every day along with two tylenol and daily vitamines. The reason I think it is more than a pinched nerve or an out of line spine is because of some of my other symptoms. I have random tingling and numb sensations on my back and in my feet. The most common numbness in is my left shoulder (this occurs about 2-3 times per hour continuously for about 5 hours a day). My feet get numb maybe one or twice a week and I experience random sharp pains all over my body.
Meds on Tylenol 3 for the pain, Lorazepam, was taken off Meloxicam a few weeks ago as it was not helping , and just put on Prednisone last week for a month trail...here the results for the T-Spine... IMPRESSION: At T6-7 there is a ligamentum flavum thickening. No spinal deformity. No compression fracture. No central or foramen narrowing. Spinal cord calibre and signal intact. Small focus of susceptibility artifact from the T12 level right of midline in the subcutaneous tissues.
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