Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina Used For

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NINA Says:


IF YOU HAVE KIDNEY STONES DO YOU RECOMMEND TO TAKE THIS MEDICATION WILL IT HELP OR NOT. I HAVE ALOT OF LOWER BACK PAIN HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED TO STONES BUT DUE TO NO INS HESITANT TO GO TO HOSPITAL WHAT DO YOU RECOMEND



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Verwon Says:

The active ingredients in this are Nalidixic Acid and Phenazopyridine, it is used to treat bladder infections and the associated pain.

Learn more Phenazopyridine details here.

Learn more Nalidixic Acid details here.

As to recommending a medication, I am not a doctor, so that is not something I do. I can only provide you with information about the medications, such as what they are for and what the side effects might be.

I can tell you that this is not going to help get rid of kidney stones.

I'm sorry you're in pain.

Have you found any resolution, yet?

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NINA Says:

thank you for your infomation and yes I am getting better
I was RX Flomax

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