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Mobic

Mobic

How long does it take to see some improvement in pain with Mobic?

A myRAteam Member said:

My PA doubled my dose to 15mg once a day. It's better than it was, but still not the best. I still feel I need an 8 hour NSAID otc until I see my 1st… read more

posted 7 months ago

Is It Ok To Take Mobic And Aleve?

Is It Ok To Take Mobic And Aleve?

Does anyone know if it's ok to take Mobic and Aleve? I've read that they should not be taken together but nothing else works.

A myRAteam Member said:

My doc says only Tylenol.

posted about 3 years ago

Mobic

Mobic

This works really good for about 8 hours. Do the Dr's ever give more than one pill a day? I take 1 tramadol to get me through the day. But it screws up my brain. I can't remember stuff or drive!

A myRAteam Member said:

I take 2 Tremadol a day and thankfully it doesnt give me any problems. Got see your doctor and get another tablet that doesn't upset you.

posted about 3 years ago

Side Effects Of Drugs

Side Effects Of Drugs

Hi, just wondering if anyone has had side effects of bloating after eating , from methotrixate, or Mobic , I have been on both of these pills for 9 months now and started have issues back about 3 months ago , I am having a ct scan this week to what they can find , I myself think it's the meds , but doctors say no , any responses would b helpful, thank u

A myRAteam Member said:

Yes your right. I will be more careful in future.
Derek X

posted about 4 years ago

Any Advice? I Need Some Relief?

Any Advice? I Need Some Relief?

Why aren't any of my meds working? I'm on 1200 mg gabepentin, 3000 mg glucosamine, 200 mg trazadone, 15 mg melatonin, 40 mg mobic, 3 mg risperdal, 40 mg celexa, calcium, d3, a once a week 50,000 unit of D2, plus a few other daily meds & more than my limit of Aleve, Excedrin & Advil. I have no insurance so I'm very limited to changing any of these meds. But I'm open for suggestions. I'm getting very little to no relief from any of them right now. Any advice???

A myRAteam Member said:

enbrel and you can get help paying for it if you have no insurance i would be a cripple without it!

posted over 2 years ago

Does Anyone Have Inflammation In Spine (low Back)?

Does Anyone Have Inflammation In Spine (low Back)?

Hi!
I've been having some leg pain, not the neuropathy, that looks as if it is coming from my back. The MRI showed the nerve root involvement but also noted moderate "Modic Type I" Changes. I've been reading that is an indication there is active inflammation within the vertebra, does anyone else have this? Has anyone ever heard of it?

A myRAteam Member said:

Thank you ! It really does. It is so complicated working through the maze of doctors and options.

posted over 4 years ago

Disease Process

Disease Process

Hello I am just wondering if any of you diagnosed with RA at an early age how long before disease really took ahold of your body?
My daughter who is about to turn 15 just got diagnosed?
A lot of unknown to us...

A myRAteam Member said:

They are going to watch her numbers every two months for now and put her on mobic
Thanks for answer

posted over 2 years ago

Indusions Or Shots

Indusions Or Shots

Does doctor office infusions get billed as medical (on Medicare) or would my Rx part D get billed. My current meds aren't working any more.

A myRAteam Member said:

I take methotrexate and mobic along with folic acid. I was doing great so thought we could back off the methotrexate but up it again.

posted almost 3 years ago

What Medications Work For You?

What Medications Work For You?

What do you take when meds stop working? I have tried Humira, Enbrel, Xeljanz, and then went to Arava, but had an allergic reaction to it. What works for you??

A myRAteam Member said:

Enbrel has taken me from a rheumatoid factor of over 600 down to where I’ve been in clinical remission for two years, with normal or almost normal blood… read more

posted 2 months ago