Generic Equivalent of Lodine

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeEtodolac200 mg$44.99
drug typeEtodolac300 mg$44.99
drug typeEtodolac400 mg$93.99

Lodine Information

How and Where to Buy Lodine Online?

You can get the generic equivalent of Lodine, etodolac, right here at Our online ordering process is intuitive and makes uploading your prescription order from your doctor and getting your medication as simple as possible. That said, we know there are times when you might like to speak with someone about your order. In those cases, simply dial 1-866-485-7979. One of our pharmacy technicians would be happy to assist you. For additional questions on the ordering process, please visit our FAQ page.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Lodine?

Lodine is the brand name drug manufactured by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and its generic equivalent is called etodolac.

What Dosages and Forms is Lodine available in?

We carry only the generic version of Lodine, etodolac, at this time. It’s available in the following dosages:
200mg, 300mg, 400mg

What is Lodine used for?

Lodine is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to reduce the hormones in the body which cause inflammation. This, in turn, reduces pain, swelling, joint stiffness and other symptoms from arthritis and inflammation. Lodine can treat mild to moderate pain, osteoarthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Lodine?

Most medications will come with side effects. Before deciding if Lodine are right for you, take a closer look at what you might expect.

Here are some of the most common side effects that come with taking Lodine:

• Nausea;

• Vomiting;

• Stomach pain;

• Indigestion;

• Diarrhea;

• Constipation;

• Gas;

• Sore throat;

• Runny nose;

• Flu-like symptoms;

• Itching or rash;

• Headache

Contact your doctor immediately and ask them if you should stop taking Lodine, especially if you experience any of the above side effects for a persistent amount of time, or the following side effects:

• Changes in vision;
• First sign of a skin rash—no matter how mild;
• Shortness of breath—even with mild exertion;
• Swelling or rapid weight gain;
• Signs of stomach or intestinal bleeding:
o Bloody or tarry stools
o Coughing up blood
o Vomit that looks like coffee grounds
• Liver problems:
o Nausea
o Upper stomach pain
o Itching
o Tiredness
o Flu-like symptoms
o Loss of appetite
o Dark colored urine
o Clay-colored stools
o jaundice
• Kidney problems:
o Little to no urination
o Painful or difficult urination
o Swelling in the ankles or feet
o Tiredness
o Shortness of breath
• Low red blood cells (anemia):
o Pale skin
o Feeling light-headed or short of breath
o Rapid heart rate
o Trouble concentrating
• Severe skin reaction:
o Fever
o Sore throat
o Swelling in the face or tongue
o Burning in your eyes
o Skin pain, followed by a red or purple rash that spreads to the face or upper body, causing blisters, then peeling

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Lodine?

You should not use Lodine if you’re allergic to etodolac or:

• Just before/after heart bypass surgery (coronary artery bypass graft or CABG)

• If you’ve ever had an asthma attack

• If you’ve ever had a severe allergic reaction to taking aspirin or another NSAID

Be sure to talk to your doctor to determine if Lodine is safe for you, particularly if you have or have had the following:

• Heart disease;
• History of heart attack, stroke, or blood clot;
• History of stomach ulcers or bleeding;
• Asthma;
• Liver or kidney disease;
• Fluid retention

Lodine can have interactions with other medications. We’re not able to show all the possible interactions, but here are the most notable products and medications known to interact with Lodine:

• Cyclosporine;
• Lithium;
• Methotrexate;
• Blood thinners;
• Heart or blood pressure medications;
• Diuretics;
• Steroidal medications;
• OTC medications (allergy, pain, cold medicines)

Be sure to talk to your doctor if you are using the above medications, and any you start or stop while on Lodine.

Lodine Storage and Safety Information

Store Lodine in a closed container at room temperature away from extreme heat, light, and moisture.

Lodine can increase your risk of fatal heart attack or stroke if you have heart disease, or are taking this medication long-term, or in high dosages. It can also cause stomach or intestinal bleeding—which can be fatal.

Do not drink alcohol while taking Lodine, as it can increase your risk of stomach bleeding.

Lodine may make your skin sensitive to sunlight. Take precautions so your skin doesn’t burn in direct sunlight. Avoid tanning beds while on this medication.

Lodine may harm an unborn infant, especially if taken during the final trimester of pregnancy. You should not take this medication if you are nursing or pregnant.

Do not take any cold, allergy, or pain medications with Lodine unless advised by a doctor. Taking these products together may be too much of a similar medicine (NSAID) and can cause an overdose.

Seek emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5060 immediately if you suspect an overdose.

Keep out of the reach of children.

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The drug information provided here is only a summary and does not contain all the list of possible side effects and drug interactions regarding this medication. Be sure to contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any specific question or concern. If you require any advice or information about the drugs on this page, a medical condition or treatment advice, you should always speak to a healthcare professional.

Please note that not all products, including any referenced in this page, are shipped by our affiliated Canadian Pharmacy. We are affiliated with other dispensaries that ship product to our customers from the following jurisdictions: Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, Turkey, Mauritius, India, and United Kingdom. The items in your order maybe shipped from any of the above jurisdictions. The products are sourced from various countries as well as those listed above. Rest assured, we only affiliate with our authorized dispensaries that procure product through reliable sources.

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