Arcoxia for Disc prolapse treatment

We have 388 consumer reports for treatment of Disc prolapse with Arcoxia. Disc prolapse used in 9% of cases.

Patients statistics on Disc prolapse for Arcoxia

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
181.55
192.54

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′

Average age
52
48

Arcoxia Circle Diagram 33 consumers of 388 reported about Disc prolapse

  1. Vera E. Christopher says:
    4.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Fibromyalgia; Disc prolapse; Arthrosis

    I’ve had a chronic pain condition for 5 years, which only improved to a limited extent. By taking Palexia, the condition has already improved considerably. I am now trying to eliminate Arcoxia in the long term and reduce Lyrica. The chemical formula of Palexia convinced me, If I take a long-term painkillers, I have to think economically – the side effects must not be worse than the effect. The only side effect I have experienced in Palexia is the constipation. However, I have been taking Movicol for some time now. If it stays that way, I’m satisfied. I have a very good pain therapist. Martin D.-W.

    Side effects: Constipation
  2. Rhonda D. Levy says:
    3.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Disc prolapse

    I have taken Arcoxia 90mg regularly for 3 weeks. In the first week I had dizziness, drowsiness, my bowel movements have changed, weird taste in the mouth. From the second week no side effect more. Arcoxia does not always help then additionally take Novalgin.

    Side effects: Taste alteration; Dizziness
  3. Tracie D. Snodgrass says:
    4.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Muscle tenseness; Disc prolapse

    The long-term medication with gabapentin and Beofenac (the Beofenac should be paused every few months) works well in terms of back pain. Of course, these are not completely gone, you also have bad days when you have the back too much – but with this medication, you can live very well. With 2 recurrent disc herniations after an operation 10 years ago in 2 heights, one should not expect too much. It is logical that one day you will end up back on the operating table, and with a distance of almost 11 years, you can actually be very satisfied. Since I work for several years in a neurosurgical clinic, I can certainly judge quite well. With Arcoxia I have had very bad experiences. I took this medicine irregularly and only in case of very severe pain in the office, so I could work. It has worked reasonably, but not outstanding. After the approx. 20. Ingestion (was after about 5 months, it did not take too often) I already felt on Christmas Eve on the whole body an itching and burning on the skin. Suddenly the skin blushed almost completely, as if I had been lying in the sun one day too long. The skin burned so hard it was unbearable. Then joined a circulatory problem, so I had to lie down. After about 1 hour, these unwanted side effects were reasonably tolerated and were completely regressive after the second hour. I had never intended to take Arcoxia again, especially since a friendly pharmacist advised me against it. About 3 weeks ago, when I once again had severe pain in the office, but then had an appointment and was not in the mood for pain, I got myself a drug in the clinic – that was unfortunately Arcoxia 90 mg, the previous adverse effects were I completely forgot because I was in a stress situation. After taking the medicine, it started slowly within half an hour: The whole body began to itch, this time also the tongue was affected. In the esophagus, a pain was noticeable, which could be compared with the strongest heartburn. When I arrived at my girlfriend, I must have looked pretty bad. I had to lie down directly, the circulatory situation became completely unstable, the itching and the redness remained, the tongue finally became numb, the burning in the esophagus developed further and left a feeling there, as if there was a lump there, which squeezes everything to me. This pain was the worst, I was thirsty, but I could not swallow. The whole situation was life-threatening, so I called the clinic. Actually, I should have consulted a doctor, but then decided to wait, because I noticed that the side effects gradually subside. The first half hour was unbearable, a feeling like you were coming to an end – just miserable! After about 1 hour, these side effects finally subsided. I almost jumped in the air, but it took another 2 hours until I felt reasonably well again. My conclusion: EVERYTHING, NEVER NEVER AGAIN ARCOXIAThe most violent drug I have ever taken. I can not say why the side effects suddenly occurred after several irregular ingestions, all I know is that about a year ago a newspaper reported a negative about this drug. It was mainly about the effect on some people who were suicidal by Arcoxia. You should be careful with it in any case, because the side effects are not without

  4. Brenda D. Martinez says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Disc prolapse

    strong buzzing, severe dizziness, very shaky legs, bad running. Hot flashes, headaches, you feel very weak, scalp cramps. You think you can not hold your head, rotary swindle. I feel totally flabby, even though I usually have low blood pressure, the blood pressure definitely does not suggest ..

  5. Patricia D. Atkins says:
    5.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Disc prolapse

    I wondered where all the complaints came from that I never knew before. Eye bags, puffy face, water in legs and feet, fat hands, unbelievable tiredness during the day. I did not associate these side effects with the drug at the acute time of my illness. Then, because the BS incident had improved, I dropped Arcoxia. After a few days I had lost 5 (!) Kilos. My face was slim again. However, I had severe muscle pain and postponed the withdrawal. Never again Arcoxia.

    Side effects: Face swelling; Fatigue
  6. Russell E. Nakano says:
    3.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Disc prolapse

    I have few side effects; a little bit tiredness, constipation (well treated with lactose), mild headache.

    Side effects: Constipation; Headache; Fatigue
  7. Tonya K. Grier says:
    4.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Disc prolapse

    severe poisoning after 12 days: low blood pressure, skin irritation / rash, shortness of breath, constricted chest, stinging abdominal pain (especially after a meal), diarrhea, heartburn, nausea, loss of appetite, weakness / fatigue, headache, sore throat, dry mouth, dry nasal membranes, Change in the sense of smell, blurred vision, aggravation of tinnitus, dizziness, hot flashes after discontinuation of the drug (up to a week) severe headache (especially when lying down), sleep disorders

  8. Patricia R. Conrad says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Disc prolapse

    Arcoxia works very fast and I was finally able to get through the day and go to work. At first, heartburn took Pantozol 20. Since the improvement.Since the weekend I have reduced the dose to 60 mg and have since increased blood pressure 150-94, headache, dizziness, flushing and muscle spasms. Do not take a tablet for days now. Blood pressure has remained. Can only say, keep away from the drug. I have the same problems with Lycra, I dropped off quickly.