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What class of drug is mobic? Is is considered a pain medication?

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23 Dec 2009

I looked on the Drugs A to Z tab at the top of this page and Mobic is an anti-inflammatory drug which I am sure you are aware of. So, being the not so smart person I am, only going by experience, I would consider this to be in the NSAIDS catagory of pain meds. Just need a plain old script. And I am guessing that would be your answer. (Schedule one)

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Psychmajor 23 Dec 2009

your right that it's an NSAID but schedule one means it has no agreeable medical value.

kimmie1 24 Dec 2009

Then you answer the question please.

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