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Posted 12 Dec 2010 by • 2 answers
My uncle has gout in the wrist and it hurts bad, so how can he ease the pain? He already has been taking Celery Circulation and pain pills. It's swollen and in alot of pain!!!
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Posted 30 Dec 2014 by • 2 answers
Gout in my left big toe. Been taking med for 3 days no relief
Posted 12 Feb 2014 by • 1 answer
I have paroxysmal hemicrania and take 240MG of verapamil ER twice a day, but it doesn't completely stop my headache. (I can't take Indocin.) I also take aspirin for the breakthrough pain, but have had to cut down on dosage because of peptic ulcer disease. Does anyone have any suggestions ...
Posted 24 Oct 2013 by • 1 answer
True - or just his insurance company playing with him. Nothing works as well as indocin for him (generic)?
Posted 23 Jul 2013 by • 2 answers
Prescribed indocin controls the pain, but it is taking longer and longer to recover. Currently on .5 x 3 for about 10 days now. Try to ween a couple of times, but soreness/tenderness returns. Is it normal for gout attack to last this long?
Posted 17 Feb 2012 by • 1 answer
When I take an Indocin suppository - 100 mg twice a day - I get very drowsy and dizzy, for a few hours - is this normal?
Posted 23 Dec 2010 by • 1 answer
My husband has gout flareups. doctor gave him this instead of indocin because of his high blood pressure and stage 4 kidney disease. then, he was put on Colchicine with the course of prednisone and continue the colchicine until no more pain. half of the .6 mg of colchicine. then when no more pain. ...
Posted 11 Mar 2011 by • 2 answers
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