Mobic (meloxicam) not working anymore. What else can I take?
- 29 Jul 2010 by enna30
- mobic, rheumatoid arthritis, meloxicam, dosage, inflammatory conditions
I've used this medication successfully for a number of years. But now it is no longer working for me. I'm on the highest allowed dosage (15mg) so cannot increase dosage.
Has anyone else found they need something stronger - and if so, what did you take please?
30 Jul 2010
Some times the system/body gets immune to meds when they have been taken for a long period of time, would recommend to change/switch you need to consult a doc/pharmacist, please do not alter/change the dose without consulting the doc/pharmacist who will prescribe an adequate alternate. Take care, wish the best.
3 Aug 2013
I have been on Relafen for years then went to meloxicam and now I am taking two aleve in morning and one in evening to work on the pain.
19 Mar 2012
they changed me to diclofenac
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