Just tried Mobic for PsA, did not help at all, Doctor going to try celaxicam (not sure if spelling it correctly) now, wanting to know what the name of the drug is to get more informtion on it. Thanks.
Kaismama is correct, Mobic is a prescription NSAID and there are A LOT of them on the market, so you have a lot to choose from! Celebrex is a COX-2 inhibitor, which is in the NSAID family. I'm guessing that PsA is psoriatic arthritis. I do know that there's methotrexate, it's used to treat psoriasis, and sometimes also used to treat more severe arthritis. It's not an NSAID, it's an immunosuppressant. It may be something you may want to bring up with your doctor, it's apparently quite effective in treating more severe forms of both arthritis and psoriasis.
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