Availability And Side Effects

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Josephine Says:

Looking for availability in u.s. of eskaflam and the side effects because it seems to be very effective in relieving my pain.

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David Says:

Hi Josephine,

Have you checked with your local pharmacy about it's availability yet?

Eskaflam contains the active ingredient Nimesulide.
There are also other medications available with same active ingredient Nimesulide that are made by different manufacturers in a number of different countries. (You can view their trade names below):

Aflogen, Ainex, Aldoron, Alencast, Algimesil, Algolider, Algosulid, Algover, Amocetin, Antalgo, Antifloxil, Apolide, Areuma, Aulin, Auromelid, Biosal, Chemisulide, Cliovyl, Coxtral, Defam, Degorflan, Delfos, Dexlin, Dimesul, Discorid, Doleside, Doloc, Doloctaprin, Dolostop, Doloxtren, Domes, Donulide, Edemax, Edrigyl, Efridol, Elinap, Erlecit, Erreflog, Eskaflam, Eudolene, Fansidol, Fansulide, Fenisal, Fladalgin, Flamide, Flamozin, Flogostop, Flogovital NF, Flolid, G-Revm, Gerilide, Guaxan, Idealid, Inim, Isodol, Jabasulide, Kartal, Laidor, Lalide, Ledolid, Ledoren, Lemesil, Lesiden, Lidenix, Lizepat, Londopon, Lusemin, Melicate, Meliden, Melimont, Mesid, Mesulid, Mesupon, Metaflex, Migraless, Min-A-Pon, Minus, Mosuolit, Multiformil, Myxina, Naofid, Nerelid, Nexen, Niberan, Nicip, Nide, Nidol, Nilide, Nimed, Nimedex, Nimelide, Nimenol, Nimepast, Nimepis, Nimesil, Nimesul, Nimesulene, Nimesyl, Nimex, Nimexan, Nimfast, Nimica, Nimm, Nimodol, Nimulid, Nimusyp, Nimutab, Nimvista, Nisal, Nise, Nisulid, Nisural, Nizurin, Noalgos, Noxalide, Redaflam, Remov, Resulin, Ristolzit, Ritamine, Rolaket, Scaflam, Severin, Sidel, Sindel, Solving, Specilid, Sudinet, Sulidamor, Sulide, Sulidek, Sulimed, Sundir, Teonim, Tranzicalm, Ventor, Virobron, Volonten, Willgo. All these medicines are original brand name medicines or pharmaceutical analogues.

Like most drugs in the NSAID category, Nimesulide is known to be hepatotoxic (damaging to the liver) in rare but unpredictable cases and should be taken with care. The patient information leaflet informs that the use of Nimesulide in children under the age of 12 is contraindicated.

This drug has certain side effects that can affect individuals in different ways. The following are some of the side effects that are often associated with the drug:

Skin rash
Bitterness in mouth

Women should use the drug with caution during lactation and it is contraindicated during pregnancy.

You can read more about this drug by following the link below:

I hope this information helps!

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Verwon Says:

Eskaflam is listed as containing the active ingredient Nimesulide, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach irritation.

Learn more:


It is not, however, available in the U.S., it has never been submitted to the FDA for approval.

Are there any other comments or questions?

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Josephine Says:

Is it safe to order eskaflam online?

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