Hello,Welcome and thanks for your question. The first order of business should be to see a neurosurgeon to find out exactly what the "disk problem" entails. Without a proper diagnosis there really isn't a proper way to treat it.
Both muscadol and zirdalud are muscle relaxants, used to treat muscle spasm. Muscadol also contains acetaminophen (also known as paracetamol or Tylenol) for pain. Celebrex is one type of anti-inflammatory medication that relieves inflammation and swelling that can impact nerves, and also relieves pain. It is less stressful on the stomach than some other prescription anti-inflammatories such as naproxen, diclofenac, and indomethacin. It should be taken as directed. There is no way to tell what is the "right" medicine until you have a complete diagnosis.
A "disk problem" can mean many things and proper treatment can be oral medications to relieve inflammation, medication for pain, steroid injections to relieve inflammation around the nerves as they exit the spinal column, physical therapy, or surgery to remove any pressure on the nerves and stabilize the spine.
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Celebrex can be taken for years if necessary. Sorry, I missed that little piece in trying to give you the most comprehensive answer possible to your questions.
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If someone needs to take it for pain, for arthritis, etc., they can take 200 mg once or twice a day for years at a time. Patients with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis do this routinely, and remain on it for years. It has the benefit of being less irritating to the stomach than some of the other anti-inflammatory drugs, and is marketed for long term use. We are talking months to years rather than days. A member of my personal family has been on it for 5 years with no problem whatsoever. If there were a problem, I would have had it stopped long ago.
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