Celebrex is a drug called a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug which works by reducing the hormones that cause pain and inflammation. Its generic name is celecoxib. There are a number of drugs in the same class.
Side effects of Celebrex
There is a wide range of side effects that can occur when you buy Celebrex or generic Celebrex and take it over a period of time. As with any drug you take for the first time look out for a rare but possible allergic reaction, identifiable by hives, swelling of the throat, lips, face and tongue or a difficulty in breathing. If you experience an allergic reaction seek treatment at an emergency room as soon as possible.
Less serious side effects include an upset stomach, mild heartburn, diarrhea or constipation; bloating or gas; dizziness, nervousness or headache; blurred vision; ringing in your ears.
How to take Celebrex
Whether you buy Canadian Celebrex or Celebrex from somewhere else you need to take it exactly as your doctor prescribes, for as long as your doctor prescribes. If you take Celebrex over the long term it may affect other non-related blood test, talk to your doctor. Your doctor may also ask you to undergo regular blood tests to check for any unwanted effects.
To lessen stomach upset you may want to take Celebrex with food or milk. If you find it hard to swallow the capsule you may sprinkle the content on to a spoon of applesauce and ingest it that way.
Interactions with other drugs
A wide range of drugs may interact adversely with Celebrex. These include certain anti-depressants; blood thinners including warfarin; diuretics (water pills), fluconazole, some heart or blood pressure medicine.
Important things to know about Celebrex
Celebrex has the ability to increase a patient’s risk of life threatening circulation or heart problems. This includes the threat of a heart attack or stroke. You should not use Celebrex before or after heart bypass surgery. The longer you use Celebrex the greater the risk. If you experience any symptoms of heart or circulation problems such as chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath or problems with vision, balance or speech you need to seek emergency medical assistance immediately.
Celebrex can also result in a serious case of internal bleeding or perforation. These can be life threatening and occur without warning. Any unusual bleeding in stool, coughing or vomit is cause for serious concern.
Make sure your doctor is fully aware of your medical history before you take Celebrex, including heart bypass surgery, a history of heart attack, stroke or blood clot, stomach ulcers; liver or kidney disease, seizure disorder, asthma, nose polyps or blood clotting disorder.
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