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What Is Trimebutina Used For

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white round pill . also has debridat written on the box

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Verwon Says:
Trimebutina contains the active ingredient Miopropan, this is used to treat conditions such as IBS and to prevent constipation and diarrhea after bowel sugery.

Side effects can include: nausea, dizziness, headache and dyspepsia

Did you have any other questions?

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crissy Says:
Does this medicine trimebutina help with constipation or does it just prevented it due to ibs-c? And what dosage should I ask for and how often should it be taken for a adult female 155lbs age 50 thank you!!

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Baba Says:
I just want to know is this medicine Trimebutina only for female and i am from india hw can i buy this medicine does it having any specific salt name please provide the infomation...

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Sylvia Rivera Says:
I was in Mexico, stopped by a pharmacy ask for a medication that would help with bloating adominal pain. I was given "Espabion" trimebutina 200mg. I was told to take a pill before each meal( assuming 3x a day).

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Alicia Says:
via mobile
where can I find it in USA and how much is it?

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