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Taken Mobizox for back pain. Want anti-inflammatory medication

Hello. I am a 67 year old female, generally in good physical condition, tho I do take blood pressure medication . I fell and twisted my back 3 weeks ago. The left lower back went into spasm , such that it was difficult to sit or to sleep. A friend gave me some Mobizox, and I took half a tab at bedtime and was able to sleep. After a few days the pain was less so I stopped taking the Mobizox. But the pain never fully went away, my movements have been a bit limited and now my left upper back and shoulder tighten up. I am thinking to take more Mobizox as I think I do need an anti-inflammatory , but now I need to know the correct dosage and frequency, and how that might interact with my blood pressure med. Please advise me if you can. Thank you Ronnie
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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You may take MIBIZOX in the dose of one tablet twice a day after meals for 5 to 7 days.
Apply local heat on your back and take proper rest.
Avoid lifting weight for coupke of weeks.
You should be alright soon although gradually.
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