Celebrex (celecoxib) is a potent anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medicine that belongs to the class of NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Its effects are based on affecting certain hormones responsible for causing pain and inflammation. You can take this medicine with some food or milk to prevent stomach upset, but always make sure you follow the specific recommendations your doctor provided - especially those concerning the dose, how often you will need to take Celebrex and possible interactions with other drugs. It's important that you let your doctor know if you have ever had or have at the moment any of the following health problems that may affect the success of your treatment: high blood pressure, asthma, a history of heart attack,, heart disease, liver or kidney disease, a seizure disorder, blood clotting disorder, congestive heart failure, a history of a stroke, and a history of stomach ulcers. This medicine has been reported to cause bleeding in the stomach or intestines sometimes. If you get any of the following symptoms, they may indicate you have developed this serious but rare reaction and need to notify your health care provider of it: coughing up blood, black, bloody, or tarry stools, and vomit that looks like coffee grounds. Do not drink any amounts of alcohol, as the risk of stomach bleeding increases if you do. Celebrex is FDA pregnancy category C, which means the medicine may cause harm to an unborn or nursing baby (it can also pass into breast milk). You will need to make sure you use a reliable method of birth control while using Celebrex and talk to your doctor if you suspect you may have got pregnant. If you experience any signs of heart circulation problems (happens rarely), seek emergency medical help. The following symptoms are possible: slurred speech, problems with vision, weakness, shortness of breath, and chest pain. Do not start taking any new medications without your doctor's knowledge, as interactions are possible. The following drugs need to be reported to your doctor before using them along with Celebrex: fluconazole, blood thinners, ACE inhibitors, heart or blood pressure medications, diuretics, and lithium. You do not need to get worried if you experience upset stomach, bloating, headache, nervousness, diarrhea, constipation, dizziness, ringing in your ears, itching, or skin rash, especially when you just started taking Celebrex, as these are mild side effects that are possible.
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