Arcoxia, with the generic name of Etoricoxib, works by relieving joint or chronic diseases that cause pain, swelling, stiffness, and inflammation.
Arcoxia is specially formulated to treat:
Have a talk with you doctor before deciding to take Arcoxia.
Arcoxia belongs to a class of drugs known as FDA Pregnancy Category C. This entails that its effects to an unborn child is not known. Should you be pregnant or planning to be while under treatment with Arcoxia, inform your doctor immediately.
It is also not known if Arcoxia passes into breast milk. Nursing mothers are therefore advised to see their doctor before taking this drug.
Arcoxia Intake Instructions
Arcoxia must be taken as directed by your doctor. If there is any instruction that appears unclear to you, ask your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.
Each tablet is taken whole with a full glass of water. It is not a stomach irritant so it can be taken on a full or empty stomach.
To get the most benefit of Arcoxia, use it at the same scheduled time each day.
Arcoxia Missed Dose
Unless directed by your doctor, Arcoxia must not be double dosed. If you happen to miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember as long as it is not almost time for the next scheduled dose. Otherwise, skip missed dose and proceed with the next.
If symptoms of over dosage are suspected, seek proper medical attention.
Arcoxia Side Effects
If you feel any of the conditions below while under treatment with Arcoxia, inform your doctor at once:
For other possible side effects not mentioned that are particularly causing discomfort, tell your doctor immediately for the proper medical help.
Arcoxia Drug Interactions
Have a talk with your doctor before deciding to take other prescribed or over-the-counter medicines while under treatment with Arcoxia.
In some countries ARCOXIA may also be known as: Etoricoxib, Auxib, Ebov, Etoxib, Etozox, Nucoxia, Algix, Tauxib, Exxiv