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  • I know that precription drugs come with a long list of side effects, some pretty serious, even though the labels will say only a small percentage of people experienced serious problems
  • I have been on Mobic for a month now and I haven't noticed any drug interactions and the only side effect that I notice is a little constipation at the beginning, but has subsided for the most part
  • So if you suffer from inflammatory pain, I highly recommend Mobic, and another good thing about it is it's non-narcotic so it doesn't effect you during the day so you can do regular daily activities

    • by wiccanlola
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      I had a chronic pain in my right fore arm/elbow area for four months. I tried all kinds of over the counter pain relievers like Tylonol, Aleve, Advil, Ibuprofin, Bengay, etc. Nothing worked.

      I finally went to see a doctor and he referred me to a Nuerologist. She did some nerve testing, then sent me for a MRI.

      The results showed I have bulging discs in my neck which are pinching nerves that are causing the pain in my arm. So she prescribed Flexeril for the pain.

      Flexeril is a


      mild muscle relaxer and it’s pretty good but it only took the edge off the pain, it did not relieve it. So I went back to the nuerologist and she prescribed a medicine called Mobic(the generic name is Meloxicam).

      Overnightthis chronic, horrible, debilitating pain went from 8 to 2 on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the worst of pain. I was able to do regular things again without a lot of pain! I was so surprised in the difference Mobic made in one dose! Now all is not perfecrt,


      • I still get twinges, though small, of pain here and there.

        I will probably need an adjustment in the miligrams, but so far, the chronic pain has been greatly reduced.

        I know that precription drugs come with a long list of side effects, some pretty serious, even though the labels will say only a small percentage of people experienced serious problems.

        I almost always fall into that small percentage so I worry about new medications a lot. You think that the side effects might even be worse

        than the condition they treat plus if you’re taking other meds like I do, you worry about drug interactions.

        I have been on Mobic for a month now and I haven’t noticed any drug interactions and the only side effect that I notice is a little constipation at the beginning, but has subsided for the most part. So if you suffer from inflammatory pain, I highly recommend Mobic, and another good thing about it is it’s non-narcotic so it doesn’t effect you during the day so you can do regular daily activities.




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