Mobic is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, which has anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic effect. It belongs to the class of oxicams; derived from the anoliefo acid. Used in symptomatic treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis (Bekhterev's disease) and other inflammatory and degenerative diseases, accompanied by pain syndrome.
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Mobic Product Description
Mobik is an oral drug indicated to control and reduce symptoms of all grades of severity:
- Rheumatoid or autoimmune arthritis
- Knee arthrosis, degenerative arthritis and other types of painful osteoarthritis
Daily intake of Mobic helps to get rid of stiffness in joints, cracking sound, mild swelling, pain and other symptoms of joint damage. The daily dosage of Mobic may vary, but in each case it should be adjusted till the desired anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
The recommended dosage of Mobic may vary from 7.5 to 15mg per day. Mobic should be taken at the same time for better control over symptoms of disorders of the musculoskeletal system.
If you take Mobic spaced by a 24-hour interval, take the missed dose on the same day as soon as possible. Do not increase your dose and do not take additional anti-inflammatory agents to make up the missed Mobic dose.
Anti-inflammatory drug Mobic can be indicated to children above 24 months, diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Dosage of Mobic for children to eliminate pain and inflammation in the joints makes 0.125mg /kg, every 24 hours.
Anti-inflammatory drug Mobic should be stored in a tightly closed, original container at room temperature (30°C). Drug should be protected from direct sunlight and kept out of sight and reach of children.
Mobic Safety Information
Before to start the Mobic-therapy, the patients should learn that failure to follow an appropriate dosage regimen increases risks of blood clots, myocardial necrosis, ulceration, and bleeding in the bowel. Such risks are particularly high in the patients, who have had before and /or treated these or similar diseases. The lowest effective dose of Mobic and comliance with the recommended treatment duration minimize any risks.
Information about management of pain and inflammations, contained in the review of Mobic, is intended for informational and educational purposes only. This information is not suited to be a replacement for professional medical advice of therapist, rheumatologist or other health care specialist. The online pharmacy is not responsible for any damage, arising from the use of this information about the anti-inflammatory drug Mobic.
Mobic Side Effects
Usually adverse effects of Mobic are not serious. Most common adverse effects of Mobic are reported as: diarrhea, flatulence, nausea, dizziness, headache, upper respiratory tract infections (including sore throat), indigestion, oedema or skin rash. In rare cases Mobic is reported to cause: somnolence, tinnitus, colitis, dry mouth, allergic reaction, flushes, hives, leukocytopenia, palpitations, hepatitis and worsening liver function.