23 Jun 2010
Your pharmacy may not be able to get piroxicam due to it being a compounded medication. Compounded means to take two or more ingredients mixed together to make this medication. In order to find out more about prescription drugs talk to your pharmacist or your health care provider.
- Piroxicam Information for Consumers
- Piroxicam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Piroxicam (detailed)
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... and our local pharacy tells us they can no longer get it. We have not been able to fine another pain med that works as well for Mom? Any ...
2 answers • 28 Jul 2009
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1 answer • 18 Mar 2010
I have taken these for years for migraines and they really help, pls. Tellme they are back on the market. Thanks carolyn
3 answers • 9 Aug 2014
Is anyone else having trouble getting Praluent even though approved and insurance accepted? My local
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