INDOMETHACIN - ORAL LIQUID

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Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

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Prescription Drug Abuse: Addiction, Health Risks, and Treatments See Slideshow
Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

Comment from: Denni 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 30

The primary reason for being placed on this medication was for a suspected case of gout in my foot, after a trip to urgent care. However, to make a 25 year long story short, this drug was a miracle. I started taking it 2 days ago. My pain was gone after the first dose. I walked out of work that night, for the first time in almost 2 years, without limping. I walked to the bathroom the next morning, instead of shuffling my feet to get there. I walked up and down my stairs, one foot after the other, instead of two stepping the whole way up as I pulled myself up with the handrail. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis a year ago. I had 25 years of unexplained and misdiagnosed symptoms answered in one visit to the rheumatologist. I've been on naproxen and methotrexate with no results. When I got the info sheet from the pharmacist, it said that this was prescribed for arthritis, gouty arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis (which I have had since my early 20's, which several doctors failed to diagnose, probably because they never did x-rays and just gave me 800mg Motrin or a referral for physical therapy, despite the fact that I explained that the pain literally paralyzed me until my back relaxed.) Anyway...bottom line, I will be talking to the rheumatologist about regular, prn use of this medication. It works!

Related Reading: gout | arthritis | ankylosing spondylitis

Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

Comment from: Denni 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 30

The primary reason for being placed on this medication was for a suspected case of gout in my foot, after a trip to urgent care. However, to make a 25 year long story short, this drug was a miracle. I started taking it 2 days ago. My pain was gone after the first dose. I walked out of work that night, for the first time in almost 2 years, without limping. I walked to the bathroom the next morning, instead of shuffling my feet to get there. I walked up and down my stairs, one foot after the other, instead of two stepping the whole way up as I pulled myself up with the handrail. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis a year ago. I had 25 years of unexplained and misdiagnosed symptoms answered in one visit to the rheumatologist. I've been on naproxen and methotrexate with no results. When I got the info sheet from the pharmacist, it said that this was prescribed for arthritis, gouty arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis (which I have had since my early 20's, which several doctors failed to diagnose, probably because they never did x-rays and just gave me 800mg Motrin or a referral for physical therapy, despite the fact that I explained that the pain literally paralyzed me until my back relaxed.) Anyway...bottom line, I will be talking to the rheumatologist about regular, prn use of this medication. It works!

Related Reading: gout | arthritis | ankylosing spondylitis

Comment from: FastFreddy 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: August 10

I took this at the onset of a gout flareup and had relief within 1-2 hours. I had been dealing with Gout for the first time over the last 4 weeks and this immediately provided relief. I have also noticed that my chronic lower back pain has subsided after taking this. Perhaps a coincidence but I'll know for sure in the coming weeks as I only plan to take this when my Gout is acting up.

Related Reading: gout | lower back pain

Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

Comment from: Denni 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 30

The primary reason for being placed on this medication was for a suspected case of gout in my foot, after a trip to urgent care. However, to make a 25 year long story short, this drug was a miracle. I started taking it 2 days ago. My pain was gone after the first dose. I walked out of work that night, for the first time in almost 2 years, without limping. I walked to the bathroom the next morning, instead of shuffling my feet to get there. I walked up and down my stairs, one foot after the other, instead of two stepping the whole way up as I pulled myself up with the handrail. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis a year ago. I had 25 years of unexplained and misdiagnosed symptoms answered in one visit to the rheumatologist. I've been on naproxen and methotrexate with no results. When I got the info sheet from the pharmacist, it said that this was prescribed for arthritis, gouty arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis (which I have had since my early 20's, which several doctors failed to diagnose, probably because they never did x-rays and just gave me 800mg Motrin or a referral for physical therapy, despite the fact that I explained that the pain literally paralyzed me until my back relaxed.) Anyway...bottom line, I will be talking to the rheumatologist about regular, prn use of this medication. It works!

Related Reading: gout | arthritis | ankylosing spondylitis

Comment from: FastFreddy 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: August 10

I took this at the onset of a gout flareup and had relief within 1-2 hours. I had been dealing with Gout for the first time over the last 4 weeks and this immediately provided relief. I have also noticed that my chronic lower back pain has subsided after taking this. Perhaps a coincidence but I'll know for sure in the coming weeks as I only plan to take this when my Gout is acting up.

Related Reading: gout | lower back pain

Comment from: Bullrider 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: June 12

No help at all. Each time I take 3 doses and nothing happens, so I quit. Also, while it doesn't bother my stomach, it does make me dizzy for about 30 minutes. A double dose might help some, but that's not how it was prescribed, so I won't do that.

Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

Comment from: Denni 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 30

The primary reason for being placed on this medication was for a suspected case of gout in my foot, after a trip to urgent care. However, to make a 25 year long story short, this drug was a miracle. I started taking it 2 days ago. My pain was gone after the first dose. I walked out of work that night, for the first time in almost 2 years, without limping. I walked to the bathroom the next morning, instead of shuffling my feet to get there. I walked up and down my stairs, one foot after the other, instead of two stepping the whole way up as I pulled myself up with the handrail. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis a year ago. I had 25 years of unexplained and misdiagnosed symptoms answered in one visit to the rheumatologist. I've been on naproxen and methotrexate with no results. When I got the info sheet from the pharmacist, it said that this was prescribed for arthritis, gouty arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis (which I have had since my early 20's, which several doctors failed to diagnose, probably because they never did x-rays and just gave me 800mg Motrin or a referral for physical therapy, despite the fact that I explained that the pain literally paralyzed me until my back relaxed.) Anyway...bottom line, I will be talking to the rheumatologist about regular, prn use of this medication. It works!

Related Reading: gout | arthritis | ankylosing spondylitis

Comment from: FastFreddy 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: August 10

I took this at the onset of a gout flareup and had relief within 1-2 hours. I had been dealing with Gout for the first time over the last 4 weeks and this immediately provided relief. I have also noticed that my chronic lower back pain has subsided after taking this. Perhaps a coincidence but I'll know for sure in the coming weeks as I only plan to take this when my Gout is acting up.

Related Reading: gout | lower back pain

Comment from: Bullrider 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: June 12

No help at all. Each time I take 3 doses and nothing happens, so I quit. Also, while it doesn't bother my stomach, it does make me dizzy for about 30 minutes. A double dose might help some, but that's not how it was prescribed, so I won't do that.

Comment from: Clyde 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: March 17

Ask anyone who's had gout and they'll tell you the pain is often off the scales. This drug is about the only pain reliever I've used that tamps down that pain, usually quite quickly. That said, I have high blood pressure, and this can push my BP into dangerous territory. Just a word to the wise! My not-do-bad side effects are dizziness and sleepiness. Drink lots of water and cherry juice, too!

Related Reading: gout | high blood pressure | dizziness

Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

Comment from: Denni 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 30

The primary reason for being placed on this medication was for a suspected case of gout in my foot, after a trip to urgent care. However, to make a 25 year long story short, this drug was a miracle. I started taking it 2 days ago. My pain was gone after the first dose. I walked out of work that night, for the first time in almost 2 years, without limping. I walked to the bathroom the next morning, instead of shuffling my feet to get there. I walked up and down my stairs, one foot after the other, instead of two stepping the whole way up as I pulled myself up with the handrail. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis a year ago. I had 25 years of unexplained and misdiagnosed symptoms answered in one visit to the rheumatologist. I've been on naproxen and methotrexate with no results. When I got the info sheet from the pharmacist, it said that this was prescribed for arthritis, gouty arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis (which I have had since my early 20's, which several doctors failed to diagnose, probably because they never did x-rays and just gave me 800mg Motrin or a referral for physical therapy, despite the fact that I explained that the pain literally paralyzed me until my back relaxed.) Anyway...bottom line, I will be talking to the rheumatologist about regular, prn use of this medication. It works!

Related Reading: gout | arthritis | ankylosing spondylitis

Comment from: FastFreddy 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: August 10

I took this at the onset of a gout flareup and had relief within 1-2 hours. I had been dealing with Gout for the first time over the last 4 weeks and this immediately provided relief. I have also noticed that my chronic lower back pain has subsided after taking this. Perhaps a coincidence but I'll know for sure in the coming weeks as I only plan to take this when my Gout is acting up.

Related Reading: gout | lower back pain

Comment from: Bullrider 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: June 12

No help at all. Each time I take 3 doses and nothing happens, so I quit. Also, while it doesn't bother my stomach, it does make me dizzy for about 30 minutes. A double dose might help some, but that's not how it was prescribed, so I won't do that.

Comment from: Clyde 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: March 17

Ask anyone who's had gout and they'll tell you the pain is often off the scales. This drug is about the only pain reliever I've used that tamps down that pain, usually quite quickly. That said, I have high blood pressure, and this can push my BP into dangerous territory. Just a word to the wise! My not-do-bad side effects are dizziness and sleepiness. Drink lots of water and cherry juice, too!

Related Reading: gout | high blood pressure | dizziness

Comment from: 25-34 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 15

Worked to take dramatically reduce severe gout pain within 2 hours of taking. Upset my stomach even with food but this was much better than the pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: Lindar1207 Transgender 1 to less than 2 years Caregiver Published: May 29

I've been using this for a couple of years now. The first time after 2 days I was able to stand with my ful weight on my foot. Doctor prescribed it for that episode only. Then when I explained I just wanted something stronger than over the counter which didn't help me at all. I was prescribed for daily use for RA pain. I now only use it as needed first sign of pain. My pain level now has been at a steady I can deal with it no more 8 or 9 levels as long as I take it at first signs of a flare up.

Comment from: kimmy 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: March 09

Took it twice for tendonitis. Both times felt dizzy, disoriented, and nauseous. Had to discontinue. Could not function.

Comment from: Denni 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 30

The primary reason for being placed on this medication was for a suspected case of gout in my foot, after a trip to urgent care. However, to make a 25 year long story short, this drug was a miracle. I started taking it 2 days ago. My pain was gone after the first dose. I walked out of work that night, for the first time in almost 2 years, without limping. I walked to the bathroom the next morning, instead of shuffling my feet to get there. I walked up and down my stairs, one foot after the other, instead of two stepping the whole way up as I pulled myself up with the handrail. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis a year ago. I had 25 years of unexplained and misdiagnosed symptoms answered in one visit to the rheumatologist. I've been on naproxen and methotrexate with no results. When I got the info sheet from the pharmacist, it said that this was prescribed for arthritis, gouty arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis (which I have had since my early 20's, which several doctors failed to diagnose, probably because they never did x-rays and just gave me 800mg Motrin or a referral for physical therapy, despite the fact that I explained that the pain literally paralyzed me until my back relaxed.) Anyway...bottom line, I will be talking to the rheumatologist about regular, prn use of this medication. It works!

Related Reading: gout | arthritis | ankylosing spondylitis

Comment from: FastFreddy 45-54 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: August 10

I took this at the onset of a gout flareup and had relief within 1-2 hours. I had been dealing with Gout for the first time over the last 4 weeks and this immediately provided relief. I have also noticed that my chronic lower back pain has subsided after taking this. Perhaps a coincidence but I'll know for sure in the coming weeks as I only plan to take this when my Gout is acting up.

Related Reading: gout | lower back pain

Comment from: Bullrider 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: June 12

No help at all. Each time I take 3 doses and nothing happens, so I quit. Also, while it doesn't bother my stomach, it does make me dizzy for about 30 minutes. A double dose might help some, but that's not how it was prescribed, so I won't do that.

Comment from: Clyde 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: March 17

Ask anyone who's had gout and they'll tell you the pain is often off the scales. This drug is about the only pain reliever I've used that tamps down that pain, usually quite quickly. That said, I have high blood pressure, and this can push my BP into dangerous territory. Just a word to the wise! My not-do-bad side effects are dizziness and sleepiness. Drink lots of water and cherry juice, too!

Related Reading: gout | high blood pressure | dizziness

Comment from: 25-34 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 15

Worked to take dramatically reduce severe gout pain within 2 hours of taking. Upset my stomach even with food but this was much better than the pain.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: glen 65-74 Female 10 years or more Patient Published: November 29

I have been taking for 10 years. I found that the best way to avoid prolonged pill taking is to take two 50mg pills at the first sign of gout. I rareley take more than this. The odd time I have to take another pill 8 hours later and maybe another. The key here is to catch it early.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

Related Reading: dizziness

SLIDESHOW

Prescription Drug Abuse: Addiction, Health Risks, and Treatments See Slideshow
Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

Related Reading: dizziness

Comment from: Frik 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 19

This the first RX that I have ever really took the pain away form my gout attack. Was feeling 100% relief in about two hours. I highly recommend. They will make you sleepy so be careful when and where you take them.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

Related Reading: dizziness

Comment from: Frik 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 19

This the first RX that I have ever really took the pain away form my gout attack. Was feeling 100% relief in about two hours. I highly recommend. They will make you sleepy so be careful when and where you take them.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: gout-foot-pain 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 19

Significant relief of severe gout foot pain within 2-3 hours of taking (1) 50mg capsule. I also experienced dizziness for about first 2 hours and allot sweating. First time taking this med for gout. If you take this I would not plan on doing anything for first 2-3 hours, was difficult for me to work.

Related Reading: gout | foot pain | dizziness

Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

Related Reading: dizziness

Comment from: Frik 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 19

This the first RX that I have ever really took the pain away form my gout attack. Was feeling 100% relief in about two hours. I highly recommend. They will make you sleepy so be careful when and where you take them.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: gout-foot-pain 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 19

Significant relief of severe gout foot pain within 2-3 hours of taking (1) 50mg capsule. I also experienced dizziness for about first 2 hours and allot sweating. First time taking this med for gout. If you take this I would not plan on doing anything for first 2-3 hours, was difficult for me to work.

Related Reading: gout | foot pain | dizziness

Comment from: AlexT 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: August 14

No thank you to this prescription. Have been experiencing awful migraine-like headaches just on the left side of my head (temple and eye) for several weeks. Debilitating pain, unable to function. Turned out to be stemming from inflammation in my neck/shoulder. Got put on 50mg of this (was very hopeful). Second day and I canâ??t take the side effects and still feel a bit of the original pain. Side effects like a completely messed up stomach (I have been taking with food as directed), awful nausea, dizzy, lethargic. Almost feels like a lingering hangover. Within an hour of taking experience anxiety and higher blood pressure. I will not be taking the rest of these. Prescribed for 15 days. I canâ??t even imagine. Disappointing. Was previously prescribed prednisone and that worked amazing with barely any side effects. But taking that for longer than a week isnâ??t recommended. Sigh

Related Reading: anxiety | prednisone

Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

Related Reading: dizziness

Comment from: Frik 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 19

This the first RX that I have ever really took the pain away form my gout attack. Was feeling 100% relief in about two hours. I highly recommend. They will make you sleepy so be careful when and where you take them.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: gout-foot-pain 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 19

Significant relief of severe gout foot pain within 2-3 hours of taking (1) 50mg capsule. I also experienced dizziness for about first 2 hours and allot sweating. First time taking this med for gout. If you take this I would not plan on doing anything for first 2-3 hours, was difficult for me to work.

Related Reading: gout | foot pain | dizziness

Comment from: AlexT 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: August 14

No thank you to this prescription. Have been experiencing awful migraine-like headaches just on the left side of my head (temple and eye) for several weeks. Debilitating pain, unable to function. Turned out to be stemming from inflammation in my neck/shoulder. Got put on 50mg of this (was very hopeful). Second day and I canâ??t take the side effects and still feel a bit of the original pain. Side effects like a completely messed up stomach (I have been taking with food as directed), awful nausea, dizzy, lethargic. Almost feels like a lingering hangover. Within an hour of taking experience anxiety and higher blood pressure. I will not be taking the rest of these. Prescribed for 15 days. I canâ??t even imagine. Disappointing. Was previously prescribed prednisone and that worked amazing with barely any side effects. But taking that for longer than a week isnâ??t recommended. Sigh

Related Reading: anxiety | prednisone

Comment from: kdd 55-64 Male 1 to 6 months Patient Published: July 26

Does not work for me. Pain and swelling still persistent. The dizziness and high blood pressure caused by it make it a no go for me. Taken after a meal with lots of water and I get dizzy within 10 minutes. Caused blood pressure to go up 20 points.

Related Reading: dizziness | high blood pressure

Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

Related Reading: dizziness

Comment from: Frik 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 19

This the first RX that I have ever really took the pain away form my gout attack. Was feeling 100% relief in about two hours. I highly recommend. They will make you sleepy so be careful when and where you take them.

Related Reading: gout

Comment from: gout-foot-pain 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 19

Significant relief of severe gout foot pain within 2-3 hours of taking (1) 50mg capsule. I also experienced dizziness for about first 2 hours and allot sweating. First time taking this med for gout. If you take this I would not plan on doing anything for first 2-3 hours, was difficult for me to work.

Related Reading: gout | foot pain | dizziness

Comment from: AlexT 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: August 14

No thank you to this prescription. Have been experiencing awful migraine-like headaches just on the left side of my head (temple and eye) for several weeks. Debilitating pain, unable to function. Turned out to be stemming from inflammation in my neck/shoulder. Got put on 50mg of this (was very hopeful). Second day and I canâ??t take the side effects and still feel a bit of the original pain. Side effects like a completely messed up stomach (I have been taking with food as directed), awful nausea, dizzy, lethargic. Almost feels like a lingering hangover. Within an hour of taking experience anxiety and higher blood pressure. I will not be taking the rest of these. Prescribed for 15 days. I canâ??t even imagine. Disappointing. Was previously prescribed prednisone and that worked amazing with barely any side effects. But taking that for longer than a week isnâ??t recommended. Sigh

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Comment from: kdd 55-64 Male 1 to 6 months Patient Published: July 26

Does not work for me. Pain and swelling still persistent. The dizziness and high blood pressure caused by it make it a no go for me. Taken after a meal with lots of water and I get dizzy within 10 minutes. Caused blood pressure to go up 20 points.

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Comment from: 45-54 Male 1 to 6 months Patient Published: May 15

I tried with just water and did not work well for me. I was dizzy and did not feel well. I tried with food / meal and has changed my gout pain by 70-80%. have not had any of side effects since I took with food. I changed jobs and had to be on my feet 6-8 hrs a day. On take as needed but have found 1 pill taken 2-3 hrs into shift works for me.

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Comment from: 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: July 16

It had the opposite effect! kicked in the gout, within an hour after taking it. got red and swelled up. By next morning(12h later) it swelled back down ok, then i thought i must be wrong, it must be something i ate.. then i took an other 50mg just to make sure that`s what did it,. and Boom! that`s what it was.

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Comment from: 65-74 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 21

i have my dr prescribe both the 50mg and the 25mg doseages....or my pharmacist will issue double the number in the 25mgs. 25mg for during the day and 50mg at bedtime. Same problem as others at the 50mg....major dizziness and feeling loopy as someone else put it....but is worth it as it works for me.

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Comment from: Frik 45-54 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: March 19

This the first RX that I have ever really took the pain away form my gout attack. Was feeling 100% relief in about two hours. I highly recommend. They will make you sleepy so be careful when and where you take them.

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Comment from: gout-foot-pain 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: November 19

Significant relief of severe gout foot pain within 2-3 hours of taking (1) 50mg capsule. I also experienced dizziness for about first 2 hours and allot sweating. First time taking this med for gout. If you take this I would not plan on doing anything for first 2-3 hours, was difficult for me to work.

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Comment from: AlexT 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: August 14

No thank you to this prescription. Have been experiencing awful migraine-like headaches just on the left side of my head (temple and eye) for several weeks. Debilitating pain, unable to function. Turned out to be stemming from inflammation in my neck/shoulder. Got put on 50mg of this (was very hopeful). Second day and I canâ??t take the side effects and still feel a bit of the original pain. Side effects like a completely messed up stomach (I have been taking with food as directed), awful nausea, dizzy, lethargic. Almost feels like a lingering hangover. Within an hour of taking experience anxiety and higher blood pressure. I will not be taking the rest of these. Prescribed for 15 days. I canâ??t even imagine. Disappointing. Was previously prescribed prednisone and that worked amazing with barely any side effects. But taking that for longer than a week isnâ??t recommended. Sigh

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Comment from: kdd 55-64 Male 1 to 6 months Patient Published: July 26

Does not work for me. Pain and swelling still persistent. The dizziness and high blood pressure caused by it make it a no go for me. Taken after a meal with lots of water and I get dizzy within 10 minutes. Caused blood pressure to go up 20 points.

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Comment from: 45-54 Male 1 to 6 months Patient Published: May 15

I tried with just water and did not work well for me. I was dizzy and did not feel well. I tried with food / meal and has changed my gout pain by 70-80%. have not had any of side effects since I took with food. I changed jobs and had to be on my feet 6-8 hrs a day. On take as needed but have found 1 pill taken 2-3 hrs into shift works for me.

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Comment from: Shecoria 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: April 05

I do not recommend this medication. It causes severe headaches, dizziness, anxiety, and it causes the pulse in my ear to beat extremely loud.

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Comment from: Tipper 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: February 18

Not a drug that you can take prior to exercise to avoid gout. It makes me, a 200 lb male; loopy to the point of having trouble staying upright, and then sleepy on the 50 mg tablet. Taken at bedtime is likely a much better suggestion.

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Comment from: Tipper 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: February 18

Not a drug that you can take prior to exercise to avoid gout. It makes me, a 200 lb male; loopy to the point of having trouble staying upright, and then sleepy on the 50 mg tablet. Taken at bedtime is likely a much better suggestion.

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Comment from: Broadstairs Tim 55-64 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 31

I find that it can take up to 8 hours to relieve an attack. I think you have to accept it is no quick fix. Relieving the symptoms by chilling the area affected helps until then. It has no effect on the leukocytes that are causing the inflammatory response (and subsequent pain) already in the bloodstream. It does make me a bit dizzy for a short time, but that is a small price to pay for the eventual relief. Everyone is different and what works for one doesnt necessarily work for all.

Comment from: Tipper 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: February 18

Not a drug that you can take prior to exercise to avoid gout. It makes me, a 200 lb male; loopy to the point of having trouble staying upright, and then sleepy on the 50 mg tablet. Taken at bedtime is likely a much better suggestion.

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Comment from: Broadstairs Tim 55-64 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 31

I find that it can take up to 8 hours to relieve an attack. I think you have to accept it is no quick fix. Relieving the symptoms by chilling the area affected helps until then. It has no effect on the leukocytes that are causing the inflammatory response (and subsequent pain) already in the bloodstream. It does make me a bit dizzy for a short time, but that is a small price to pay for the eventual relief. Everyone is different and what works for one doesnt necessarily work for all.

Comment from: ranger 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: October 06

My condition worsened after taking this medication; increased pain and swelling to the point I can barely walk. However, no side effects like nausea, dizziness, or drowsiness.

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Comment from: Tipper 55-64 Male 6 months to less than 1 year Patient Published: February 18

Not a drug that you can take prior to exercise to avoid gout. It makes me, a 200 lb male; loopy to the point of having trouble staying upright, and then sleepy on the 50 mg tablet. Taken at bedtime is likely a much better suggestion.

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Comment from: Broadstairs Tim 55-64 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 31

I find that it can take up to 8 hours to relieve an attack. I think you have to accept it is no quick fix. Relieving the symptoms by chilling the area affected helps until then. It has no effect on the leukocytes that are causing the inflammatory response (and subsequent pain) already in the bloodstream. It does make me a bit dizzy for a short time, but that is a small price to pay for the eventual relief. Everyone is different and what works for one doesnt necessarily work for all.

Comment from: ranger 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: October 06

My condition worsened after taking this medication; increased pain and swelling to the point I can barely walk. However, no side effects like nausea, dizziness, or drowsiness.

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Comment from: Sam 55-64 Female 1 to less than 2 years Patient Published: May 25

Extremely effective and It will start giving you relief within 4 to 6 hours and within 24 hours gone completely.

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