I have extremely bad ankylosing spondylitis. over the years, I had been on many medications, the most recent med is REMICADE which works like a charm. long stories short, I been out of Remicade for a few months. In the pass, a doctor has given me Mobic and Celebrex before. since I am not on Remicade, I as able to obtain some Mobic. for some reason, Mobic does not seem to work the way it did before, some days when I take mobic, it works like a Charm, but some days I am in extreme pain. I also purchase some over the counter arthritis pain relief medicine, but I'm not taken much of it. the question I have is why does medicine work will one day and other days, it does not work at all? Thank you very much.
Well we really can't predict the outcome of a medicine. It takes it's natural course. It's due to the same reason as how one medicine is a boon at a particular time to that patient and at the same time be causing allergic reaction.
I hope you understood my point.
Feel free to discuss more.
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