About Melorise: Melorise 15 (Meloxicam) is a medicine belonging to the enolic acid group referred to as NSAIDs, which stands for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. This medicine is used in relieving patients’ symptoms of osteoarthritis and other different types of arthritis. Experts in medicine believe that this drug can reduce fever, is analgesic and has anti-inflammatory effects which it achieves when inhibiting cyclo-oxygenase which directly affects the production of inflammatory prostaglandins (these are commonly understood as pain mediators).
How to use Melorise
As soon as your doctor prescribes Melorise to you, they will guide you on how to use the medicine especially if it’s your first treatment using this medicine. You can also read the leaflet that is available with the tablets when you buy them. Since the medicine may cause you stomach upsets, it is recommended that you take it along with some food to prevent the upsets. Unless instructed otherwise by your doctor, take some water with each dosage you take. Remember not to take more than the recommended daily dose of 15mg unless your doctor has given you higher prescriptions. Be patient as it may take up to a fortnight for you to start experiencing the effects of using the medicine.
The amount of dose you take during your treatment will be determined by your doctor. Depending on what condition you are treating, your health status, medical history and whether or not you are using other medication including prescriptions, non-prescriptions, herbal products or supplements, you doctor will prescribe to you a unique dose. There are two different strength tablets of Melorise; the 7.5mg and 15mg and the physician will pick the right one for you. For adults treating conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis, the normal starting dose is 7.5mg. Depending on how your body responds to the treatment, your doctor may decide to increase the dosage gradually up to 15mg. Regardless of the dosage prescribed to you, the most important thing is to ensure that you follow strictly the dosage that was allocated to you by your doctor. Do not self-medicate yourself.
Melorise Side Effects
When using Melorise for the treatment of your arthritis or any other condition, you may experience the occurrence of side effects. The most commonly reported side effects include; stomach discomforts, headaches, vertigo, nasal congestion, and anxiety. There are other patients who may suffer from severe side effects when using this medicine although this is extremely rare and such include; abnormal weight gain, difficulties in balancing your body, vision problems, muscle weakness and discolored urine or other side effects that may not be listed here. Consult your doctor or an emergency room as soon as you experience the occurrence of any adverse side effects. Talk to your physician about the possible side effects that you are likely to experience that may not have been listed here.
Discuss the risks of using this medicine and its association with perforation or stomach ulceration since it is a NSAID class medicine. Also, let your doctor know if you suffer from heart diseases, disorders relating to blood circulation, have just had or are about to undergo a surgical procedure or have any other health history that may be of concern.