About Melorise: Melorise (Meloxicam) is used to provide symptomatic relief from osteoarthritis and other forms of arthritis. It belongs to the enolic acid group of NSAIDs (an abbreviation for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs).
How to use Melorise
Melorise (Meloxicam) is used to provide symptomatic relief from osteoarthritis and other forms of arthritis. It belongs to the enolic acid group of NSAIDs (an abbreviation for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Medical experts believe that its analgesic, antipyretic (meaning that it can reduce fever) and anti-inflammatory effects are achieved by means of inhibiting cyclo-oxygenase so as to affect the synthesis of inflammatory prostaglandins (which are known to be mediators of pain).
Melorise (Meloxicam) uncoated tablets come in two different strengths, which include 7.5mg and 15mg strengths. Your physician will tell you which one is most suitable for you when calculating the correct dosage. Adults undergoing treatment for rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis are sometimes told to start out with 7.5mg per day. In all cases, patients should only administer the amount of medicine that their physician instructs them to take.
Melorise Side Effects
Patients using Melorise (Meloxicam) for the relief of arthritis symptoms (or any other condition) might suffer from side effects. You will need to inform your physician if this happens. Examples can include:
Discomfort in the stomach
Although it is not said to be extremely common, some patients might suffer from serious reactions. You will be required to get medical assistance straight away if you suffer from sudden unexplained weight increases, difficulty balancing, visual disturbances, discolored urine, weakness affecting the muscles or any other severe symptoms that have not been referenced here.
Melorise (Meloxicam) is an NSAID, and as with other drugs in this class of medicines, it has been associated with stomach ulceration or perforation. This could be serious. Ensure that you discuss the risk of this with your physician before beginning treatment.
There is a risk of potentially fatal circulation disorders or heart problems associated with this medicine, especially if used on a long term basis. It is not to be used before or for a specified period after certain forms of surgery. Discuss this with your physician before starting treatment.