From: Ginny King (email@example.com)
Thu Jun 24 15:38:57 1999
At Thu, 24 Jun 1999, Christine M. Smith wrote:
>Yes, celebex is by prescription.I think it is fairly new (and expensive)
>I know people who can't take aspirin and other nonsteroidal
>antiinflammatories can take celebrex. I don't know if it would work for
>your problem though.
>Some people think Ultram is the greatest, others don't like it. I think
>levbid is for bowel spasms, but I'm not sure. Don't they sometimes give
>that to people with IBS and the thinking is now that it is a disorder of
>the motility of the bowel so that it goes into irregular spasms and do
>not function properly.
Thanks for the info. I think your right about the levbid being used for
IBS. I guess since they don't know what I have the PCP was trying it to
see if it helped. Is Ultram for pain? Does it have side effects like a