Myoril Plus 4mg

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myoril plus 4mg
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details ## thiocolchicoside,a muscle relaxant is given alongwith NSAID,is it rational? ## I HAVE BEEN ADVISED MYORIL PLUS 4 MG, PLAVAS 75 (CLOPIDOGREL75+ASPRIN 75), S CITADEP 10 (ESCITALOPRAM OXALATE), ECOSPRIN 75 ( ASPRIN DELARED RELEASE), TELPRES 20(TELMISARTAN). I have right hand shoulder spasm, I pass through anxity and my BP remains high. Please suggest me better ways to recover. ## Take Myoril and a pain killer (yenkin-S) with antacid. However these are only anti-inflammatory so get Physiotherapy for the shoulder and when it gets improved then do regular shoulder exersices ## im female under 30 met with accident 3months back i got hurt in my left knee my ACL & PCL WAS completly teard n had segments of fracture in tibal spian, knee Arthoscopy done aftr 5 days of accident , now ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Escitalopram.
Mon, May 09 '11, 6:10 AM
myoril 4 mg
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prescribed for neck pain ## side effects of myoril 4 mg ## I am having viertigo problem.Doctor has advised me to take 'Myoril 4mg'tab twice a day as he thinks that it is good for my Spondlyses problem as per my Xray.Neck is not paining. Iam also suffering from acidity problem. ## suffering from neck,shoulder and left hand and upper left chest pain since last one month with partial numbness in fingers more on index finger of left hand. x-ray and MRI revealed degenerative changes on the cervical discs with herniation on C6-C7. Initially took medicine for 15 days Gabapentin 300mg, BD libotryp OD at night and altracet tabs but got relieved from pain till the effect of medicines. and again took medicine myroil caps 4 mg 1BD, nimica plus 1 BD ( Nimsulide+ paracetamol) sumo spray TDS +... ...
Updated 24 days ago in Gabapentin.
Sun, Aug 27 '17, 10:47 PM
use of this medicine and side effects
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why is this medicine taken and side effects of it ## Sorry, but you did not state what medicine you were asking about. ## I was prescribed myoril plus 4mg for my backache.I want to know if it is a right choice ## Taking Prax10,( have a stent since last 2 yrs ) Amlong5( for HighBP ) + Natrilix SR , Storvas10, ( for high cholesterol ) Miraqule100( has helped my muscle pains) & an anti acid pill , 150gms once in the morning ( Rentac) Take calcium sachets ( twice a month ) & recently given iron pills ( low iron in body ) . During the warm monsoon season here in New Delhi , India , have developed since the last 3 yrs or so an itch diagnosed as articaria . No outward symptoms but very uncomfortable ESP when not in an AC room . Taking Allegra 180 once a day & Montesk one tablet at ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Allegra.
Sat, Oct 03 '15, 7:38 AM

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