FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: CELEBREX

User Comments:


For Pain “I’ve had arthritis and back pain I started taking this medication and it’s helped immensely although the side effects are there (and you can look them up). I still will continue taking this medication I’ll give it a couple of months and see how my body adjusts and go from there but for now it’s working and that’s a wonderful thing I actually have my movement back before I was like an 80 year old woman and I’m in my 50s”

Patty Tremblay (taken for less than 1 month) February 6, 2018


For Pain “Here in Portugal we pay for generic of the celebrex about 2 € a box with 30 pills. It is the same as the original.”

Anonymous February 1, 2018


For Pain “My acute pain happened after I had the first Prolia injection May 1, 2017 and It caused my immune system to be out of whack. IBS, mouth and tongue sores, teeth, hair, bones and then the thoracic pain. Have had 2 Epidurals. Have had ultrasounds on my arm for pain. Shoulder and collarbone pain. I cannot tell if Celebrex is helping as I have only been taking it for a week. I took Gabapentin but it caused me to be very dizzy and sluggy. I wish a doctor could tell me what is going on and help me with this horrible pain. I had never been sick before.”

Cynthiabrown (taken for less than 1 month) December 11, 2017


For Ankylosing Spondylitis “Works well, been on it for years so may becoming immune.Not all generic versions are as good as Pfizer, I nearly came to a total stop after taking generic version for a few weeks, gone back to genuine ones and noticed change within 24 hours. If you get plain white capsule with Y 100 written on it expect trouble. I am in UK.”

hpxd (taken for 5 to 10 years) December 5, 2017


For Pain “I have severe pain, stiffness, inflammation in the shoulder/arm/hand from an injury that occurred years ago. At first it was called severe left brachial plexopathy, but it has turned into chronic pain syndrome. At first doctors prescribed heavy meds that caused really bad side effects, so I asked dcs to change pres. Eventually the new doctors have been prescribing gabapentin, meloxican, celecoxib, and some other medications to help my stomach. I was on a temporary trial for an spinal stimulator, together with my medication and it improved my pain. However, for the permanent stimulator Dr told me to stop taking celecoxib for 2 weeks before surgery… The pain came back so bad I haven’t been able to sleep at all for almost a week.”

Anonymous (taken for 5 to 10 years) November 14, 2017


For Osteoarthritis “Worked well for pain but after a month got breathless and my heart raced at high speed. Thought I was having a heart attack.. Was given Noten to bring my heart rate back to normal. Still felt breathless.. On stopping the drug my heart and breathing slowly went back to normal. Scarey…”

Cathiiannii (taken for 1 to 6 months) November 3, 2017

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