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Do you have Meloxicam 15 mg?



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My doctor prescribed Meloxicam 15 mg and I have been getting it from Wal-Mart. The pills had been coming from Cadila Pharmaceuticals in India. Since they started using a different manufacturer, I have been in great pain. The doctor wants to try a different drug, but I'd like to stay with Meloxicam 15 mg. Could you tell me if you have the pills mentioned? ASAP Thanks.

Answer:

Yes, verified online pharmacies listing prices on PharmacyChecker.com offer Meloxicam. Some of the international pharmacies verified by PharmacyChecker are based in India and may have Meloxicam manufactured or distributed by Cadila Pharmaceuticals.  

 

Meloxicam is a prescribed medication that is used to treat both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and not an expensive drug in the United States. It's sold for anywhere between $5-20 at local pharmacies for a one-month supply. You may want to call around to local pharmacies to see if they carry the precise product that you seek.  If you choose to buy it online, we recommend sticking to a PharmacyChecker-verified online pharmacy. Meloxicam 15 mg is currently listed for as low as $.10/pill through a PharmacyChecker-verified online pharmacy.

 

Once you have chosen a PharmacyChecker-verified online pharmacy listing Meloxicam, the best person to ask questions related to your specific prescription is the pharmacist of that particular pharmacy. This includes requests for a specific manufacturer of a medication. PharmacyChecker requires member pharmacies ensure that the consumer has access to a pharmacist for consultation and that they clearly publish a working telephone number on their website. Most member websites have a "Contact Us" option which lists a phone number. Some also have a "Live Chat" option allowing consumers to ask questions while on the pharmacy's website.

 

From time to time, a person may respond differently to the same medication from a different manufacturer. We recommend you continue consulting your doctor as you make these switches in medication.

 

If you order online from an Indian pharmacy, we strongly recommend that you stick to online pharmacies verified and continually monitored by a certification group like PharmacyChecker.com. Empirical data from research conducted on Indian medication and that from many countries shows the value in sticking to online pharmacies verified by PharmacyChecker and other organizations that competently verify online pharmacies.

 

So, remember—the pharmacist that will process and / or dispense your prescription is best to answer specific questions related to your prescription and the product that will be dispensed. PharmacyChecker provides a way to connect with that pharmacist using our pharmacy profiles.

 

You may be interested in reading a former Ask PC answer Are Indian pharmacies really safe? The prices are so much lower!

 

 

Published 11/3/2017 




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