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Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

QUESTION

Medically speaking, the term "myalgia" refers to what type of pain? See Answer
Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

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Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Ice Skater 45-54 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: November 04

I suffered a tri-malleolar fracture of the R ankle, with severe tendon and ligament damange 2.5 years ago. I take Zipsor whenever weather changes are severe, I over extend my exercise work out etc. It reduces swelling and restores fleixibility. I take the liquid capsules (recommended by my surgeon). Regular tablets can cause an upset stomach. I have had no adverse reactions from Zipsor.

Related Reading: zipsor | stomach

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Ice Skater 45-54 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: November 04

I suffered a tri-malleolar fracture of the R ankle, with severe tendon and ligament damange 2.5 years ago. I take Zipsor whenever weather changes are severe, I over extend my exercise work out etc. It reduces swelling and restores fleixibility. I take the liquid capsules (recommended by my surgeon). Regular tablets can cause an upset stomach. I have had no adverse reactions from Zipsor.

Related Reading: zipsor | stomach

Comment from: 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 20

The cost associated with this drug is my only problem. I am going to change to something which doesn't have such a high co-pay.

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Ice Skater 45-54 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: November 04

I suffered a tri-malleolar fracture of the R ankle, with severe tendon and ligament damange 2.5 years ago. I take Zipsor whenever weather changes are severe, I over extend my exercise work out etc. It reduces swelling and restores fleixibility. I take the liquid capsules (recommended by my surgeon). Regular tablets can cause an upset stomach. I have had no adverse reactions from Zipsor.

Related Reading: zipsor | stomach

Comment from: 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 20

The cost associated with this drug is my only problem. I am going to change to something which doesn't have such a high co-pay.

Comment from: val572 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: September 06

I had foot surgery then my foot got infected and still hurts liike hell,also i have hernaited disks in my back with scoloisis and arthiris and this does nothing for any of my pains.

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Ice Skater 45-54 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: November 04

I suffered a tri-malleolar fracture of the R ankle, with severe tendon and ligament damange 2.5 years ago. I take Zipsor whenever weather changes are severe, I over extend my exercise work out etc. It reduces swelling and restores fleixibility. I take the liquid capsules (recommended by my surgeon). Regular tablets can cause an upset stomach. I have had no adverse reactions from Zipsor.

Related Reading: zipsor | stomach

Comment from: 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 20

The cost associated with this drug is my only problem. I am going to change to something which doesn't have such a high co-pay.

Comment from: val572 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: September 06

I had foot surgery then my foot got infected and still hurts liike hell,also i have hernaited disks in my back with scoloisis and arthiris and this does nothing for any of my pains.

Comment from: LT 35-44 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: August 30

Both knees had arthroscopic surgery dx with Pes anserine bursitis on one knee so painful I could hardly walk. Zipsor relived pain and swelling. Insurance allowed a cheaper rate but do not cover it. Cost was 35.00 per prescription. I will use meds as needed.

Related Reading: bursitis | zipsor

QUESTION

Medically speaking, the term "myalgia" refers to what type of pain? See Answer
Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Ice Skater 45-54 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: November 04

I suffered a tri-malleolar fracture of the R ankle, with severe tendon and ligament damange 2.5 years ago. I take Zipsor whenever weather changes are severe, I over extend my exercise work out etc. It reduces swelling and restores fleixibility. I take the liquid capsules (recommended by my surgeon). Regular tablets can cause an upset stomach. I have had no adverse reactions from Zipsor.

Related Reading: zipsor | stomach

Comment from: 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 20

The cost associated with this drug is my only problem. I am going to change to something which doesn't have such a high co-pay.

Comment from: val572 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: September 06

I had foot surgery then my foot got infected and still hurts liike hell,also i have hernaited disks in my back with scoloisis and arthiris and this does nothing for any of my pains.

Comment from: LT 35-44 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: August 30

Both knees had arthroscopic surgery dx with Pes anserine bursitis on one knee so painful I could hardly walk. Zipsor relived pain and swelling. Insurance allowed a cheaper rate but do not cover it. Cost was 35.00 per prescription. I will use meds as needed.

Related Reading: bursitis | zipsor

Comment from: zipsor oral 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: August 15

For the past year I have had not relief from pain in my left arm/shoulder. This is the only medicine that has helped me. On it for 4 days now and no pain at all. Zipsor work for me but I am cautious about side effects later on. No side effects so far.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: Mrs. Beck 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 05

This has been a wonder drug for me. Takes care of all my fibro pain as well as other aches and pains that crop up. Do be careful of dosing instructions.

Comment from: jc-1163 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 20

At $789.99/mo I expected more of this med than it is capable of delivering. Taking any pill 4x/day is a nuisance, but to find out that this is a very old drug just packaged in a gel cap to make it expensive again is insulting. The nurse practitioner wasn't impressed, either, and moved mo to the "old" version of the drug, Etodolac, which is only $72/mo and is taken twice a day. It works better because there aren't any highs or lows throughout the day like there were on Etodolac. We won't even get into the obscene differences in cost, but nothing about Zipsor justifies that expense.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: max 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: March 03

worked for me as good as Ibuprophen800, it just cost to much. Not covered on my new plan. They want me to try Diclofenac

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 22

I was given this drug for gout pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Mel65ish Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 16

Does nothing for pain. Hoping it alleviates the swelling and increases range of motion (wrist) . Am I expecting too much?

Comment from: K2K1983 25-34 Female 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: November 04

I take this for extreme migraines. This is the 3rd medication I've tried and the only one that works.

Comment from: Ice Skater 45-54 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: November 04

I suffered a tri-malleolar fracture of the R ankle, with severe tendon and ligament damange 2.5 years ago. I take Zipsor whenever weather changes are severe, I over extend my exercise work out etc. It reduces swelling and restores fleixibility. I take the liquid capsules (recommended by my surgeon). Regular tablets can cause an upset stomach. I have had no adverse reactions from Zipsor.

Related Reading: zipsor | stomach

Comment from: 55-64 Female 2 to less than 5 years Patient Published: September 20

The cost associated with this drug is my only problem. I am going to change to something which doesn't have such a high co-pay.

Comment from: val572 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: September 06

I had foot surgery then my foot got infected and still hurts liike hell,also i have hernaited disks in my back with scoloisis and arthiris and this does nothing for any of my pains.

Comment from: LT 35-44 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: August 30

Both knees had arthroscopic surgery dx with Pes anserine bursitis on one knee so painful I could hardly walk. Zipsor relived pain and swelling. Insurance allowed a cheaper rate but do not cover it. Cost was 35.00 per prescription. I will use meds as needed.

Related Reading: bursitis | zipsor

Comment from: zipsor oral 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: August 15

For the past year I have had not relief from pain in my left arm/shoulder. This is the only medicine that has helped me. On it for 4 days now and no pain at all. Zipsor work for me but I am cautious about side effects later on. No side effects so far.

Related Reading: zipsor

Comment from: 45-54 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: August 14

NSAID that costs 365.00 a script, banks on the fact it is non-narcotic. Ibuprofen works better. How does this drug stay in business

Related Reading: ibuprofen

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: Vicki 45-54 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

I take 2 a day, but if my back is really acting up I can increase to 3 or 4 a day. Doesn't upset my stomach like the previous meds I've taken.

Related Reading: stomach

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: Vicki 45-54 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

I take 2 a day, but if my back is really acting up I can increase to 3 or 4 a day. Doesn't upset my stomach like the previous meds I've taken.

Related Reading: stomach

Comment from: desertmary 65-74 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 06

Does not work wuickly. Migraine did not go away after using twice. would not recommend to get rid of migraine.

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: Vicki 45-54 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

I take 2 a day, but if my back is really acting up I can increase to 3 or 4 a day. Doesn't upset my stomach like the previous meds I've taken.

Related Reading: stomach

Comment from: desertmary 65-74 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 06

Does not work wuickly. Migraine did not go away after using twice. would not recommend to get rid of migraine.

Comment from: Zipsor 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: December 16

It eased the pain from my lower back like no other drug. My problem is my coverage doesn't cover this drug. Its too expensive and that can cause me to stop using it.

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: Vicki 45-54 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

I take 2 a day, but if my back is really acting up I can increase to 3 or 4 a day. Doesn't upset my stomach like the previous meds I've taken.

Related Reading: stomach

Comment from: desertmary 65-74 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 06

Does not work wuickly. Migraine did not go away after using twice. would not recommend to get rid of migraine.

Comment from: Zipsor 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: December 16

It eased the pain from my lower back like no other drug. My problem is my coverage doesn't cover this drug. Its too expensive and that can cause me to stop using it.

Comment from: 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 21

had allergic reaction that required medical attention

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: Vicki 45-54 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

I take 2 a day, but if my back is really acting up I can increase to 3 or 4 a day. Doesn't upset my stomach like the previous meds I've taken.

Related Reading: stomach

Comment from: desertmary 65-74 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 06

Does not work wuickly. Migraine did not go away after using twice. would not recommend to get rid of migraine.

Comment from: Zipsor 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: December 16

It eased the pain from my lower back like no other drug. My problem is my coverage doesn't cover this drug. Its too expensive and that can cause me to stop using it.

Comment from: 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 21

had allergic reaction that required medical attention

Comment from: annie 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: November 13

I have taken this for 2 months, it helped the first week, then hardly at all.

Comment from: 55-64 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: August 02

good experience. takes pain away 75% of time

Comment from: beth 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: June 24

My pharmacist does not want to stock. He states too expensive for most. I do pay $100 a month. It would be great if manufacturer would allow it on insurance formularies

Comment from: Vicki 45-54 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

I take 2 a day, but if my back is really acting up I can increase to 3 or 4 a day. Doesn't upset my stomach like the previous meds I've taken.

Related Reading: stomach

Comment from: desertmary 65-74 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: February 06

Does not work wuickly. Migraine did not go away after using twice. would not recommend to get rid of migraine.

Comment from: Zipsor 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: December 16

It eased the pain from my lower back like no other drug. My problem is my coverage doesn't cover this drug. Its too expensive and that can cause me to stop using it.

Comment from: 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 21

had allergic reaction that required medical attention

Comment from: annie 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: November 13

I have taken this for 2 months, it helped the first week, then hardly at all.

Comment from: annie 45-54 Female 1 to 6 months Patient Published: September 06

This medicine has helped with my ankle pain and swelling after an ankle surgery but seems to be causing me alot of anxiety.

Related Reading: ankle pain | anxiety

References
Medical Editor: John P. Cunha, DO, FACOEP

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