Dolcet Drug Study

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willy Says:
1) Is it harmful to liver , stomach , kidney, if taken oftenly say one (1) TABLET 3 times per day for 90 years old person .
2) what is the time frame for the tablet will remain effective.
3) when it is taken, how many minutes before it started to react?
4) Is dolcet mini be taken better than the dolcet? why? less harmful to health?

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Verwon Says:
Dolcet contains Paracetamol and Tramadol, it is used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

With long-term use, it can cause some stomach problems and organ damage, however, this isn't likely to occur if the person is only being given 3 tablets a day and up to 8 can be taken in a day.

It's usually given, as needed, every 4 to 6 hours and, since it is a regular release tablet, it can take 15 to 20 minutes, before it starts to work.

As to your questions about Dolcet Mini, I am sorry, but I can't find any information on that. Do you know what it contains?

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george Says:
what if i take 1 to 2 tablet of dolcet per week? is there any danger?

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Verwon Says:
George, that would be a very low use and, in theory, should not cause any problems, but as I'm sure you're aware there are always dangers associated with using any medication.

Even with low amounts being taken, the Acetaminophen in this can, sometimes, irritate your stomach, though it does this much less than NSAIDs.



And if you have liver disease or liver damage, then you should probably stay away from it.

Are there any other questions?

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George Says:
Thank you, now i reduce my dosage, i take 1 to 2 tablet per month depends on pain intensity in my kidney AVM..Thank you..

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weng Says:
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hi, is the dolcet mini be best taken with meals? or it is just okay on empty stomach? my grandmother is taking it 3 x a day about a week now due to pain.

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