Arthrotec 75 Uses

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parwez Says:

I have terrible pain in my knees so I consulted an orthopaedic and he has prescribed rotec t5 after an x'ray. I just want to know the side effects of this medicine and whether I should go for other tests?

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Arthrotec contains Diclofenac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, and Misoprostol, which is used to help protect the stomach from the damage that the Dicolfenac could potentially cause. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased risk of bleeding.

It is often prescribed to help with such conditions, because it can reduce the inflammation that contributes to the pain these conditions can cause.

Parwez, what diagnosis did he provide after viewing the x-rays and doing an exam? It is always your option to see another doctor for another opinion.

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