Tribedoce Compuesto Complejo B Diclofenaco

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diclofenaco complejo b
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What is it this medication for people are telling me is for lossing weight. Is it? ## No, this is a Mexican medication that is listed as containing a vitamin B complex and Diclofenac. The FDA classifies Diclofenac as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and/or swelling. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. And actually, long-term use of it could cause fluid retention and weight gain. Is there anything else I can help with? ## How many times can I use these tribedoce compuesto for elderly person ...
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Mon, Jul 10 '17, 9:19 PM
tribedoce Compuesto amples
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neighbor has questions about the package with 2 amples to be taken together (Complejo B-Diclofenaco) no serial # on package. ## what is tribedoce it in 2 ampules can you take it if you have the flue and would it help you get reded of it ## Tribedoce is an injectable B12. ## is tribedoce expensive ? ## it's less than $5 usd and most mexican farmacias, I use Similares... I use 1 injection every 5 days; and have for a couple of years, I recommend it (If your not Needle shy!) But, as always check with you doctor... ## I prefer to use Tribedoce it comes as an injectable one vial and one neddle per card and 5 cards per box, so thats about a $1 per shot, The neddles are medium size and its meant for intermusclular injection, I like to use my stomach - Abdoman. ## I just started using tribe... ...
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Fri, Jun 23 '17, 12:46 PM


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