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Month and a half ago, I have noticed that when I look to the left, I feel some pain in the eye. The pain intensified so I could not watch normally. I went to a doctor, who said that I have orbital myositis and prescribed me with indomethacine. What is that medication for? Will it help me with my pain?

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Antibiotics will destroy the bacteria that led to this condition. As for indomethacine, it is a drug that belongs to NSAID group. It blocks the mediators, substances that are important in the inflammation process. It subdues the pain in this way and that is what you need the most at this moment.
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