Mobic with tylenol

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Yes you can take Mobic with a narcotic pain med. Mobic is a NSAID, and has the same risks as other NSAIDS. In high doses it can cause some kidney issues, the vicodin has tylenol in it and can cause some liver issues in high doses. But they are safe to take together. Typically what you want to watch for is multiple NSAIDS, or Multiple meds with tylenol.
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.
I have been having alot of problems lately with gastro problems one off them was acid reflux last week it started come up with blood .This was not the only problem but the rest I am not going to go into detail with.
Recently was diagnos fibromyalgia, and also since my baby girl pregnacy I sufre of really bad pain from my nerve and low back, actually taking fentanyl pach,cymbalta, gabapentin, mobic, but to tell you the truth is not working and i'm very frustrated, what medication can I ask to my doctor for my pain?
You can take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic. Please discuss this with your doctor as wait for your MRI. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
Oxycodone stands alone with no anti-inflammatories or Tylenol though it is often used with those drugs in preparations like Vicoden. It is a narcotic, but the only thing giving me pain relief (along with neurontin).
but the thing that sucks about Mobic is that if I have pain later on in the day, I can't take more than 15mg of Mobic- nor can I take any other kind of pain reliever like tylenol or asprin, etc because it can have serious side effects. 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!
What did the doctor say about your prognosis? Did he/she move you to Tylenol from Mobic? As Tylenol is an antiinflammatory, it will likely not provide you with relief from the pain. Have you talked to your doctor about the pain? I encourage you to do so if you have not. Pain can take on a life of it's own completely separate from your condition if left untreated.
i still have the upset stomach so i thought ibup would aggravate that, but i'm not sure if it's good to take tylenol either. so yesterday i put up with headache, night b4 i took a tylenol pm and actually slept most of the night i just dont want to upset my stomach anymore as right now that is the worse of the w/d's. so i'm sure everyone has tried everything at one time or another, so whats everyones thoughts on tylenol/ibup?
Hi there- have had a swollen finger for about four days- no injury. been taking mobic and tylenol arthritis . not much improvement. went to dr. today and he prescribed me prednisione. but my bp was high and that was kind of upsetting. can an arthritic flare, if thats what it is, make your bp jump? thanks.
This results in groin pain, joint instability and abnormal gait and weight bearing. You will need physiotherapy, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic and maybe steroid injections to slow down the process. If nothing helps then the pubic bones can be fused surgically. Please discuss with your doctor. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
Hi Everyone, I was diagnosed with UCTD an year ago and i am on Plaquenil. My hands and fingers swell in the night. I start to have tingling sensation. Due to swelling i have sleepless nights. I take tylenol PM but most of the times it doesn't help and i get couple of hrs of sleep. The swelling goes down a little bit in the mid morning. i exercise atleast 4 times a week. Please let me know if anybody else had these issues.
It all started with a virus on Halloween .. ended with some hives so I do think it was viral that coincided with the stone. Last ultraound done in March was "stone free" .. but we are never "stone free", just "free of stones" that show up LOL. Gotta laugh some, right?!
Gets real bad,(when I put weight on left leg) then can ease up within minutes with changing position. I had similar trouble when I was about 30 but it went away. Any ideas? I am 47 now.
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.
' Even with Mobic, I found myself still needing Advil. Have now stopped Mobic and am using Advil and tylenol as needed. Per PC, I do have an appt. with a Rheumy for a 2nd opinion in June, but to be honest I am not hopeful that this doc will know how to read an xray......
Please rest the knee, apply ice, take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic, do not bear weight on foot, and keep the leg raised on a stool or sit on the bed with leg popped on 2 pillows. Meanwhile set up an appointment with your doctor. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
I didn't start having heartburn until I had taken Mobic for 4 or 5 months, in February of this year I went to the emergency room with chest pain and my blood pressure was 165/113, my blood pressure is usually 110/72. So I was a little concerned, they did lots of tests, x-ray, EKG, and came to the conclusion that it is was heartburn due to the mobic. The doctor prescribed nexium, which I have been taking ever since, and it seems to help with the chest pain.
Apply ice on the bump and take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic. Also, please ask a doctor to look at the bump. It is always wise to get a complete clinical and neurological examination after any head injury. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
Take rest for 2-3 days along with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic. Please consult your doctor regarding this. You both may not need physiotherapy too. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
This should respond to physiotherapy, spinal manipulation, traction, swimming and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic. Please consult your specialist regarding this. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
However, since the pain/headache is increasing, it is important to show this to a doctor once. Apply ice pack to reduce the inflammation. non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic. Please consult your doctor regarding this. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
I have been having alot of problems lately with gastro problems one off them was acid reflux last week it started come up with blood .This was not the only problem but the rest I am not going to go into detail with.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic may be taken to reduce the pain, but all attempt should be made to avoid taking these to increase your movement as this will again cause friction. If this conservative treatment is ineffective, then surgery may be contemplated. Various surgical techniques are: Simple debridement in less severe cases to Bone grafting, osteotomies, and arthroplasties for more severe cases.
I work for an Ortho Surgeon who specializes in knee and hip replacements and also sees a lot of patients with severe arthritis, he does use Mobic alot but also uses the Arthrotec. Find a good dr. and get some definitive answers then proceed from there as far as what medications will help you. Keep us posted and welcome to the forum.
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!
Hey midadivson, good luck ahead. Yes agree that only tylenol is the response from any RE office.
The spinal nerve compression along with disc protrusion can be treated conservatively with physiotherapy, spinal manipulation, traction, swimming and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory such as Tylenol, Aleve or Mobic. Please consult your specialist regarding this. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
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