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Meloxicam is actually an analgesic and not an anti-inflammatory drug.
It can be used for Fibromyalgia as it will provide good pain relief. However it wont be work for inflammation. You can dd anti-inflammatory agents like Serratiopeptidase or Chymozid along with it.
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