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reumisone

i need to know what type of medication this is.It came from DR ## Sorry, I cannot find any information on this. What country were they prescribed in? Does anyone else have any information on this medication? ## Reumisone is a medication used as a cortisone in patients with reumatic attacks. I've used it twice by severe reumatic pains, where non-steroid medication failed to help. Indeed, it is prescribed in the Dominican Republic. What the active agent is, I don't know yet. i'll try to find out. ## My friend had it prescibed for gout also in the DR.Said it worked great. I too would like more info. ## For anybody who needs to know the consistance of Reumisone: Monofenil Butasona 200 mg + Dexametazona 0.375 mg + Hidroxido de Aluminio 60MG ## I have osteoarthritis. should I take...

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Cardizone side effects.

I got a cardizone shot in my shoulder for pain and the day after I had the shot my checks and breast turned a blush red. Is there any connection? ## Have you consulted your doctor? Cortisone is a steroid, so it can cause some unusual side effects, but you should discuss them with your doctor.

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Cortisone

Cortisone side effects ## Based on my research, side effects depend upon the type of application of Cortisone. Oral use of Cortisone has a number of potential side-effects: hyperglycemia, insulin resistance, diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis, anxiety, depression, amenorrhoea, cataracts and glaucoma, among other problems. To view more information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ## my dr recommended cortizone by mouth for arthritis in my hands. i also have osteoporosis . i understand that one of the side affects is osteoporosis how weird is that ...

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Tablet With D F 118

What is the base ingredients for DF 118. It was prescribed for severe back pain/spasm and I understand it is a schedule 7 (in SA). Is there any other similar type that is available over the counter. I am allergic to Penecillin, Asprin and Sulphur. Am recovering from stomach and intestinal ulcers at the moment due to continues anti inflamitory medication for pain control due to 4 failed back surgeries. Tramal is a daily assistance, but when these attacks occur, I used to be able to have a Voltarin injection and a cortisone injection. Now I am in a fix!!! Can you assist please. ## Good Day The principle ingrdient in DF 118 is dihydrocodeine which is an opiate minicker, it combines with your own onatuarl painkilling endorphins which your body produces in order to combat pain It is indeed a...

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westward202

OVAL SHAPED PILL WITH THE WORD WEST-WARD 202 WHITE PILL ## Based on the description provided I located the pill to be Cortisone acetate (25 mg). NOTE: According to the drug database, this pill is round and not oval shaped. A cortisone injection can be used to give short-term pain relief and reduce the swelling from inflammation of a joint, tendon, or bursa in, for example, the joints of the knee, elbow, and shoulder. Cortisone may also be used to deliberately suppress immune response in persons with autoimmune diseases. Last, cortisone is a common treatment for a severe sore throat that occurs commonly with EBV infectious mononucleosis. It is important to note that cortisone does not help lessen the duration of the virus, and is used purely to increase the comfort of a patient with trou...

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West ward 202

White round pill West Ward 202 ## I located the pill in description to be Cortisone acetate (25 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

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prednil

my father was diagnosed with just having a stroke and was given Meds Asasaton and Coversyl. by mistake he has taken a Prednil prescribed for my cat. Will this upset his new meds? ## Prednil contains Cortisone, a steroid. That said, I'd not think just one would have many harmful effects, however, this site is not medial professionals, so his doctor should be informed of this, just to be sure. In the future, may I also suggest making sure the the human and canine medications are stored in separate locations?

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