Causes For Taking Predmet 16 Mg & Methycobal 500 Mcg.

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jayanta Says:

my patient is suffering from a problem of the upper eyelid of left eye which could not be taken upwards normally with huge headache & pain in the said eye.

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Verwon Says:

Predmet contains the active ingredient Methylprednisolone, with is a corticosteroid, it can be used to treat allergic reactions, swelling and immune disorders.

It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, weight gain and fluid retention.

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Methylcobalamin is form of Vitamin B12, so it is actually a supplement and not a drug. It is sometimes given to people with nerve pain, because a deficiency in this vital nutrient can cause or contribute to it.

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julia Says:

i am 54 yrs old woman i on medication prednisolone 1 tab 2 times amitripline 1 tab n methycobal 1 tab 2 times for treatment of inflammation n nerve swollen at first my left eye could not see after treatment now my left eye can see slight light i on medication for half yr already but can see shadows only i wt to knw how long i hv to take the medicine

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