Betametasona-indometacina 50mg-500mg Gel

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John Arcoiris Says:

I need to know the side effects and cautions in using this Gel for leg cramps and pain. Are there any medications that should not be used in combination with this drug. Can it be taken in capsule form?

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Verwon Says:

You really don't absorb a lot from topical preparations, but yes, there are some medications that it can interact with, however, there are far too many to list.

Can you please post back with the specific medications you'd like me to check for you?

Learn more Betamethasone details here.

Learn more Indomethacin details here.

Both of them are available in oral formulations, but you could not safely put this topical gel into a capsule and take it.

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Susan Spain Says:

In reply to the person with leg cramps. I used to get nightly leg Cramps, and nothing really worked, I then started having half a Banana a day, and because of the Magnesium and Potasium contact that builds Muscles, I have hardly had any Cramps for over 3 years. I am a 68 year old Diabetic. Sue

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