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On becoming the bionic woman

I wonder how many of us are walking around with replacement parts. Joint replacement has become common and it is successful surgery. I have several friends who have both knees replaced or both hips replaced and they are fine with it. 706 more words

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Med review pt. 3

Meloxicam: I don’t have a lot useful to say about this except that the jury is still out for me – I know that it can mess up my stomach like Ibuprofen and Toradol, so I’ve been avoiding it as much as possible, and the few times I’ve taken it, I didn’t feel any relief. 324 more words

Meloxicam Description

Meloxicam is an nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory biologic (NSAID) with analgesic and antipyretic properties. Prostaglandins are substances that accord to deepening of joints. Meloxicam inhibits prostaglandin synthetase (cylooxygenase 1 and 2) and leads to a abatement of the amalgam of prostaglandins, therefore, deepening is reduced. 42 more words

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What is meloxicam?

Meloxicam is a decree drug. It comes as a tablet, capsule, or aqueous suspension. You yield these forms by mouth.
Meloxicam belongs to a chic of drugs alleged nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). 88 more words

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RA, Biologic Medication and the numbers

Reading the fine print on a medication insert is not done by many of those with RA. I suspect the big reason is the amount of time it would take to understand all the information or even to understand the information of value to you. 699 more words

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Four years of RA

I was diagnosed with RA four years ago, this month. The first few years were whirlwinds as I was also diagnosed with two cancers that each involved surgery and radiation treatments.  775 more words

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Changes, They Are A'Coming

I was supposed to have my latest Actemra infusion in a few days. I say “supposed to” because as we all know, plans tend to change when you have RA. 493 more words

Rheumatoid Arthritis