Duxaril - Tinitus And Eye Retinopathy Due Diabetis Melitus

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dodo dizon Says:


Can Duxaril help in treating tinitus as well as swelling in the retina of the right eye? In 2000, I had a blurred vision in both eyes and after taking Duxaril for 30 days, vision were restored. However, I had Tinitus for 3 years now and blurring recurred in right eye. Is is alright if I take Duxaril again?



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Verwon Says:

Duxaril contains the active ingredients Robausine and Almitrine, it is usually used to treat age related neurological problems and tinnitus.

As to vision problems, I am sorry, but I don't really have any information on that, so I would advise discussing this with your doctor.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Raubasine/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Almitrine/­

Do you know what is causing the problem with your eye?



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flores ticar Says:

I am 63 yrs old and was prescribed by my doctor piracetam 800 mgs per day. my friend was given duxaril. are they the same?

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