INDOMETHACIN: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Gout, Acute: “Wow, I can’t believe how fast this medicine work. Two pills and pain gone. Awesome ask your Dr fir this medication. Male 42 years old”

Emedina (taken for less than 1 month) March 4, 2018

For Gout, Acute: “this stuff doesn’t touch my gout, I need a drug that lowers uric acid”

G2017 February 3, 2018

For Back Pain: “forty years ago I took a course of indocin for degenerative spinal arthritis. I have been trying to get someone to listen to what happened but no one seems interested. Okay. The arthritis disappeared and has not recurred. I am 81 now. Also, at the time, I had been having monthly recurring cold sores- had even developed scar tissue on lip. After the indocin, no cold sores for 40 years. It can’t be a coincidence!”

Anonymous (taken for 10 years or more) January 13, 2018

Tivorbex (indomethacin) for Pain: “I only took 2 the first day prescribed. I noticed my heart feeling weird during the day, had trouble falling asleep, and when I woke up the next morning, my face and neck were really red and irritated. I looked and felt like I had a bad sunburn. I did not take any after that.”

Heel pain (taken for less than 1 month) December 31, 2017

Indocin (indomethacin) for Pain: “Excrutiating pain in elbow Elbow (inflamation, pain, swelling, heat )with no injury. Pronounced swelling from hand to shoulder, elbow area extremely hot to touch. Diagnosis – tendonitis. Cortisone shot given, RICE advised, Indocin 50mg prescribed. Full course taken with no resolve. Had better results with ibuprofen 600mg but am still off work and in agony 20 days later.”

SoMD (taken for less than 1 month) December 26, 2017

For Gout, Acute: “This works so fast, it’s such a relief. In the UK Dr’s are so reluctant to supply because of stomach problems. But who wants to take colchicine and wait 4- 5 days for relief, when taken every couple of hours with a small amount of food, indometicin will give relief in 12 hours.Time on medication below is ridiculous”

callisto December 3, 2017

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