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Remylin D
is remylin d a pain killer or multy vitamin ## Remylin-D is a vitamin supplement, it contains Alpha Lipoic Acid, Pyridoxine, Methylcobalamin, Folic Acid and Vitamin D. Learn more Vitamin details here. In some cases nerve pain can be caused or aggravated by a lack of certain nutrients in the body, so this may be given to help replace them to ease the nerve pain. However, no, it is not a regular pain killer. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Folic Acid.
Tue, Jan 29 '13, 3:42 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 234687
Remylin
i am a diabetic,hypertension,fibroids in uteres but not having any problem,chest pain no sleep depressness ## Remylin contains the active ingredient Methylcobalamin, which is just a form of vitamin B12, so it is a nutritional supplement. Has your doctor advised you to take it? ## am diabetic dr asked me to take , this wil control diabetic ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diabetes.
Sun, May 27 '12, 5:16 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 230833
Remyline Od
Hello Doctors, I had an accident few days ago, and hurt my left side face.. and beneath the left eye, I felt some Numbness on the left side nose and a little part of my left face with with the middle part of my upper lips... there where some swelling but no blue color. I"m in India now and the doctor gave me *Remyline-OD*, and said that would strengthen the nerve... My Q. is: is the numbness will go after a while..?? and is this medicine would help me with my Case..!! thank u.. ## I'm sorry, but I actually can't locate any information on this medication, even under altered spellings. Are you certain of the name? Do you have any more information on it, such as the active ingredient(s)? As to the numbness, that depends on what nerves where injured and how severely. ## Yes Doct... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Jun 22 '11, 12:46 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 219002
Remylin DdrDR
I was advides by doctoe that i should take REMYLIN D for B.12 deficiency for about a month as laboratory test report reveals 418 as against 211- 911pg/ml. Another doctor suggested to take Me 12 injection once in 10 days ( total 6 injections) Pl let me Know whether i should take remylind or Me 12 injection What are side effects of both . Which of these two is safe with out side effects ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Apr 19 '13, 7:42 AM   0 
Tablet Remylin d
use and side effects of the Remylin D tablet ## Remylin D is a nutritional supplement that contains Methycobalamin and Vitamin D. As such, it has not been tested for side effects, as is done for actual prescription drugs. Did your doctor prescribe this? ## remylin d tables what is the use of this medicine i want to know what vitamins is there please give details ## Doctor prescribed this drug to me. I want to know its substitute or its generic name. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Wed, Aug 29 '12, 4:25 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 225902
Remylin Vitamin Tablet
reason i am given remylin tablet for .i am a diabetic,hypertension,chest pain,no sleep,fibroids in uteres but i have no problem with it ## Remylin contains Methylcobalamin, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Pyridoxine and Folic Acid. These nutrients are not only important to your overall health, but they've been used successfully to help prevent, or treat neuropathy, which can occur in diabetic people. Learn more B vitamin details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Folic Acid.
Sat, Jun 30 '12, 11:46 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 230832
urmimax d side effects
is there any side effect if we use Urimax-d , and remylin-d for long time? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Urimax.
Fri, Jan 10 '14, 8:45 AM   0 
ggt count in blood test
yesterday I checked my blood after fasting GGT is 101.2 in May count is vdery normal and three months before liver function test done everything normal. I am taking rosuvas10, Olmy D20, Remylin d,vernace acetyl L carnitine and AMIT 10 for neck shoulder pain.Please advise me whether any madicine needed for it. ## That is elevated, but the proper answer on whether it requires any treatment depends on what's causing it. It may just be due to one, or more of your medications and doesn't necessarily mean permanent liver damage. Learn more liver function details here. Have you been scheduled for another blood test in a month or so? Usually, it would require several readings to definitively show that something is wrong and for action to be required. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Jan 18 '13, 1:51 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 241442
american equivalent for these medicines from India
1. DEPLATT A75 2.REMYLIN D 3.METPURE - XL 25 4.ZORYL - 2 5.RAMISTAR 2.5 6.VOLIX 0.2MG 7.ZOMELIS met 50/1000mg 8.TONACT 10 ## American equivalents for these medicines from India... 1. DEPLATT A75 2.REMYLIN D 3.METPURE - XL 25 4.ZORYL - 2 5.RAMISTAR 2.5 6.VOLIX 0.2MG 7.ZOMELIS met 50/1000mg 8.TONACT 10 ## Hi Suresh, Posted below are the Indian drug names you mentioned along with their corresponding active ingredients. From what I understand, you can find all of these ingredients here in the US, with the exception of "Vildagliptin"; one of the active ingredients found in Zomelis. According to a news article I found from 2013, Vildagliptin has not yet been approved by the FDA, but is currently marketed under the name 'Galvus' in the UK... Here is the list of brand names/ingr... ...
Updated 25 days ago in Clopidogrel.
Wed, Aug 20 '14, 1:51 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 265894
Trypt
I am F/62 and never had problems relating to sleep. But since about 2 years I'm suffering from sleeping disorder. I go to bed very drowsy but sleep eludes me till 2-3 AM. I've shoulder pain as also lower back pain. I've past history of severe Osteoporosis. Consulted Neurologist who prescribed Remylin D twice daily and suggested I take 10mg Tryptomer for sleeping problem. Asked if it had a side effect the doctor said it's safer compared to other medications and there are people who are on it for more than 15 years. Is it really that safe? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Osteoporosis.
Mon, Feb 06 '12, 9:28 PM   0 


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