Generic Mobic

Generic Mobic

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Indications for Generic Mobic

Mobic or meloxicam belongs to a group of drugs which are called NSAIDs or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. It works through reducing the hormones which are causing pain and inflammation in the body.

Mobic is generally prescribed for the treatment of pain and inflammation caused by arthritis. It could also be used for other conditions or purposes which are not listed here.

Important Information about Generic Mobic

Mobic or meloxicam could increase the risk of getting serious circulation and blood problems such as stroke and heart attack. You should never use this medication if you have just had or about to have a CABG or coronary artery bypass graft surgery, commonly known as a heart bypass surgery. If you develop symptoms of a heart or circulation problem like weakness, chest pain, shortness of breath, problems with vision and slurred speech.

Mobic may also increase the risk of having stomach or intestinal bleeding or perforation, particularly in older patients. Make sure to let your doctor know right away if you start experiencing symptoms like tarry or bloody stools and bloody sputum or vomit.

You should not be using Mobic if you have an allergy to meloxicam or to other NSAIDs. Also tell your doctor if you are taking other drugs which could interact with Mobic like other allergy medications, pain medications, cold medicines, cyclosporine or Gengraf, lithium or Eskalith, diuretics or water pills like furosemide, glyburide or DiaBeta, methotrexate or Rheumatrex, blood thinner medications likes warfarin or Coumadin, steroids such as prednisone and an ACE inhibitor like benazepril or Lotensin.

Also inform your doctor if you have any special medical conditions such as: a history of stroke, blood clot or heart attack; heart disease, high blood pressure or congestive heart failure,; a history of having stomach ulcers or stomach bleeding, diverticulitis, bowel problems; liver or kidney disease; asthma; or if you smoke. If you have any of these, your dose may need to be adjusted.

Mobic belongs to the FDA pregnancy category C, which means that taking it could be harmful to a developing baby. Be sure to let your doctor know if you are pregnant, are trying to get pregnant or are nursing.

Mobic should not be administered to a child below two years of age, unless otherwise prescribed by a physician.

You should avoid taking alcohol while drinking Mobic as it could increase the risk of adverse effects.

Dosage and Administration of Generic Mobic

Mobic or meloxicam should only be taken as it has been prescribed for you. You should never take it in a larger dose or for a longer time than what has been recommended by your doctor. Always follow the instructions on the prescription label.

The maximum adult dosage of Mobic is 15 milligrams daily.

If you are taking Mobic for an extended period of time, you may be required by your doctor to come in regularly for checkups to make sure that the drug is not causing any harmful effects. Make sure that you would not be missing any appointments.

If you miss a dose of Mobic, make sure that you would be taking it one you remember. However, if the next dose is almost up, you could just skip the dose that you missed and then take the next scheduled one. Never double any dose to make up for a missed one.

If you think that you have overdosed on Mobic, seek medical attention right away. Some overdose symptoms would include nausea, dizziness, vomiting, drowsiness, coughing up blood, black or bloody stools, fever, infrequent urination, shallow breathing, seizures and coma.

Possible Side Effects of Generic Mobic

Some of the possible side effects of Mobic or meloxicam would include an upset stomach, diarrhea, heartburn, stomach pain, constipation, gas, bloating, headache, dizziness, nervousness, dry mouth, mood changes, rash or skin itching, excessive sweating, blurred vision, runny nose and ringing in the ears.

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