Meloxicam is an NSAID, and it is used to treat pain and inflammation. It works by inhibiting cyclooxygenase activity and prostaglandin production, which reduces inflammation, discomfort, and fever. It comes in 15 mg tablet form. Water has little effect on the solubility of meloxicam, a pale yellow solid. It is more soluble in strong acids and bases. Methanol dissolves it just very little.
Because it lowers joint pain, edema, and stiffness, this medication is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. The typical dose of Mobic Meloxicam is 15mg used once a day. Aspirin or any other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication hypersensitivity is contraindicated. Ask your doctor about non-drug therapy and/or utilizing alternative drugs to alleviate your pain if you have a chronic illness like arthritis.
Before you begin taking meloxicam, and then again each time you obtain a refill, be sure to read the Medication Guide issued by your pharmacist. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any concerns.
Take this medicine once daily or as prescribed by your doctor. Unless your physician instructs you differently, drink a full glass of water (8 ounces/240 milliliters) along with it. After taking this medication, wait at least 10 minutes before lying down.
Disintegrating tablets should not be taken out of the box until you are ready to consume them. Peel back the wrapper with dry fingertips and extract the pill with care. Keep the tablet safe by avoiding pushing it through the foil. To dissolve the pill, place it on your tongue as soon as possible. It's possible to take the pill with or without a drink when it melts.
Adverse reactions of meloxicam include:
· stomach upset;
Tell your doctor or pharmacist right away if any of these side effects continue or worsen. Do not lay down for at least 10 minutes after taking Mobic with a full glass of water. Taking this medicine with meal milk or an antacid may help soothe an upset stomach. If your stool becomes black, you have stomach discomfort, or you vomit blood or dark material, call your doctor immediately.
An increased risk of major cardiovascular thrombotic events, such as myocardial infarction and stroke, including death, is associated with the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDs). As therapy progresses, the likelihood of side effects may grow.
When using NSAIDs, the risk of major gastrointestinal (GI) side effects such as bleeding, ulceration, and stomach or intestine rupture is increased. These events may be deadly. Any moment during usage, and with no prior symptoms, one of these occurrences may occur. Those who are older or have a history of peptic ulcer disease or GI bleeding are more likely to have a major gastrointestinal incident.
Before considering to utilize Mobic generic, carefully weigh the possible advantages and dangers of this treatment choice as well as your alternatives. The lowest effective dose should be used for the shortest time possible in accordance with the treatment objectives of each individual patient.