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Old 06-07-2005, 05:00 AM
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Vioxx has been wondeful for relief from the arthritis in my ankle. I sure regret it when I stop taking my Vioxx!<br><br>I almost continuously have a cold. Sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes, burning sinuses. What is strange is that this cold doesn't seem to be 'passed' onto others in my family and rarely goes away.<br><br>Unfortunately I've finally come to the conclusion that this must be the "respiratory tract infection" side-effect mentioned. I've seen other sites call the side-effect 'cold-like symptoms'.<br><br>Anyone else experience these symptoms? Does anything help to reduce the cold-symptoms while taking Vioxx?
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