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Meloxicam

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/ 6,348 posts
Other Names: Mobic

Mobic

Rx
/ 12,064 posts
Other Names: Meloxicam
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Based on 6,348 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
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Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Based on 12,064 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
Learn more
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... Read more on Wikipedia
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... Read more on Wikipedia
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By Keri
April 13, 2014
Keri wrote
Mobic
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By gardenerbychoice
March 30, 2014
gardenerbychoice wrote
Meloxicam helps with knee swelling/pain
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By murph
January 29, 2014
murph wrote
meloxicam and weight gain
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By sharon settles
October 19, 2013
sharon settles wrote
mobic
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By dave
October 17, 2013
dave wrote
Mobic vs Tramadol
Mobic is in the same class as ibuprophen, Aleve, etc. They are all NSAID (non steroid anti inflammatory drugs) and Tramadol is not a narcotic pain med but it does mimic some opiate pain meds and gives you pain relief similar to taking an opiate
FFMom  |  April 16, 2014
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By Bang Thai
September 30, 2013
Bang Thai wrote
Motrin/Ibuprofen vs. Meloxicam
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By ponygirl7
August 16, 2013
ponygirl7 wrote
Meloxicam and Weight Gain
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What patients are saying about Meloxicam vs. Mobic

958 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
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...
a change from Celebrex to meloxicam, they have essentially...
Actually meloxicam is the generic of Mobic, while the generic of Celebrex ...company insisted on a change from Celebrex to meloxicam, they have essentially changed your...
switched to Mobic (brand name for Meloxicam) NSAID.  15mg...
...I have switched to Mobic (brand name for Meloxicam) NSAID.  15mg pill.  Took first one last night.  So far ok with Synthroid that I took an hour ago.  Only thing is that not much pain relief ??? bu...
have been taking the generic Mobic (Meloxicam) for several...
...have been taking the generic Mobic (Meloxicam) for several years. I like it. I was taking Naproxen and it gave me an ulcer, so I changed to the Mobic. My Rheumy told me that Mobic is easier on...
recently switched from naprosyn to mobic because of stomach...
Hey seymour, I recently switched from naprosyn to mobic because of stomach pain. My rheumy said the mobic is easier on the stomach ...The generic form of mobic is meloxicam, maybe you can ask...
recently switched from naprosyn to mobic because of stomach...
Hey seymour, I recently switched from naprosyn to mobic because of stomach pain. My rheumy said the mobic is easier on the stomach ...The generic form of mobic is meloxicam, maybe you can ask...
wrote: I've been taking Mobic (meloxicam) for about...
...**********@*********** wrote: I've been taking Mobic (meloxicam) for about ...I suppose). Hi Jayne I tried Mobic a while ago - it was the one i changed from when i went to Vioxx. I am n...
them with no stomach problems. Before Mobic I was on...
...I'm on, I think Mobic is the manufacturers name. ...box the active ingredient is Meloxicam. I looked Mobic and Meloxicam ...have taken them with no stomach problems. Before Mobic I was on ...
from diclofenac (volateren) to meloxicam (mobic).\"...
...week, since I change anti-inflammatories. I switched from diclofenac (volateren) to meloxicam (mobic).\" He grumbled something ...been doing better since starting the Mobic. The question ...
about Mobic possibly contributing to Methotrexate toxic...
...gave me a prescription for Mobic 7.5 mg (dosage: 2 daily), generic name Meloxicam. The doctor said I would ...seen the warning about Mobic possibly contributing to Methotrexate toxic build-up...
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