Anti inflamatories for Arthritis
on 9/28/16 7:35 am - toronto, Canada
Hello my friends hope this email finds you well and healthy.
I have been just diagnosed with the start of arthritis in my lower back. The pain gets so bad that I take 1/2 Percocet instead of taking 3 Tylenol extra strength every 3 hours. That seems to help and I don't take them often.
My Dr. prescribes me Celecoxib 2x daily with a Dexilant for protecting my stomach. He knows that I cannot take anti inflam meds after RNY but says that I should be ok. I don't want to doubt him bc he is an amazing Dr.
on 9/28/16 7:49 am
I would check with your program. They seem pretty adamant about no NSAIDS if you've had RNY ... I think they are a little more flexible with sleevers.
TWH ... Referral April 2015 ... Orientation July 2015 ... Psych Sept 2015 ... Social Worker Oct 2015 ... Nurse Practitioner Dec 2015 ... Nutrition Class Jan 2016 ... Nutritionist Feb 2016 ... Surgeon Appt April 2016 ... VGS Surgery July 2016
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on 9/28/16 10:42 am
I agree with Betty. Call you Centre and ask. Dealing with ulcer pain is excruciating. Ulcers are the #1 reason we are told never to take NSAIDS. Ask about alternatives like injections for your back. Sending you hugs. Arthritis is a ***** Swimming has helped with my back, but it's a balancing act between moving and moving too much.
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