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Pain is an unpleasant sensation often caused by intense or damaging stimuli such as stubbing a toe, burning a finger, putting iodine o...
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Tylenol 208,546 Ibuprofen 176,176 Morphine 144,593
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Celebrex
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Meloxicam
Other name: Celecoxib (Celecoxib)
Other name: Mobic (Mobic)
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3.0
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Celecoxib International Nonproprietary Name is a sulfa non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and selective COX-2 inhibitor used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute pain, painful menstruation and menstrual symptoms, and...
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Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) with analgesic and anti-pyretic effects. It is a derivative of oxicam, closely related to piroxicam, and falls in the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug group of NSAIDs. It was developed by Boeh...
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Top Concerns
Cel
Depression
6
Nausea
5
Bleeding
4
Stomach Problems
4
Heart Attack
4
Weight Gain
4
Weight Loss
4
Numbness
3
Diabetes
2
Rash
2
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Nausea
9
Depression
6
Fever
6
Dizzy
5
Bleeding
4
Weight Gain
4
Stomach Problems
4
Stomach Irritation
4
Weight Loss
3
Drowsy
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Cel
Mel
4
4
Stomach Problems
Cel
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4
Heart Attack
Cel
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Weight Gain
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4
Weight Loss
Cel
Mel
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Numbness
Cel
Mel
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Diabetes
Cel
Mel
2
0
Rash
Cel
Mel
2
0
Nausea
Mel
Cel
9
5
Depression
Mel
Cel
6
6
Fever
Mel
Cel
6
0
Dizzy
Mel
Cel
5
0
Bleeding
Mel
Cel
4
4
Weight Gain
Mel
Cel
4
4
Stomach Problems
Mel
Cel
4
4
Stomach Irritation
Mel
Cel
4
0
Weight Loss
Mel
Cel
3
4
Drowsy
Mel
Cel
3
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About Celebrex
Celecoxib International Nonproprietary Name is a sulfa non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and selective COX-2 inhibitor used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute pain, painful menstruation and menstrual symptoms, and...
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About Meloxicam
Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) with analgesic and anti-pyretic effects. It is a derivative of oxicam, closely related to piroxicam, and falls in the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug group of NSAIDs. It was developed by Boeh...
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for years but did not provide enough relief after relapse....
" ...for years but did not provide enough relief after relapse. I noticed an immediate difference on Celebrex but feel it is becoming less effective th... "

15mg meloxicam and it does nothing. What helps me...
" ...have taken Tramadol before, ...it. I can't take Celebrex because I'm allergic to it. :) because it helped some. I have a prescription for 15mg meloxicam and it does nothing. What h... "

want to switch from Celebrex to Meloxicam (mobic) - it's...
" ...the moment.  Just refer to compassionate allowance because of.... and then state your diagnosis.  And oh, you might want to switch from Celebrex to Meloxicam (mobic) - ...and I'm allergic to Cel... "

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reaction including dizziness, foggy brain, and forgetfulness...
" ...and recently switched to Celebrex to see ...a resistance to Meloxicam. I tried Indomethecin for 2 weeks and had a terrible reaction including dizziness, foggy brain, and forgetfulness (all are c... "

for a few months and I've been having stomach problems...
" ...a few months and I've been having stomach problems. Indigestion, cramping, bloating. Someone said that Celebrex was less harsh o... "

you tried meloxicam? It works better for me than Aleve...
" ...tried meloxicam? It works better for ...at WalMart. I was on Vioxx before and can't take celebrex (allergic... "

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denied it due to cost. My doctor changed it to Meloxicam...
" ...was on Celebrex for years with great results until my insurance denied it due to cost. My doctor changed it to Meloxicam Tab 15mg... "

have since changed to meloxicam as it is cheaper and works...
" ...was on celebrex and mtx and the celebrex made a huge difference for me..I have since changed to meloxicam as it is cheaper and works... "

meloxicam but it didn't really help and my rheumy switched...
" I took meloxicam but it didn't really help and my rheumy switched me to Celebrex which has helped a lot. I agree though maybe get retested for sjogrens. Either way... "

getting off Meloxicam my stomach issues subsided. No more...
" ...after getting off Meloxicam my stomach issues subsided. No more ...blood in my stools. I was later put on Celebrex that seemed to have no relief with my back issues. 3 injections in ... "

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