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ingredients of escaflam

Is escaflam stronger than alive? ## Hi Dundee, Based on my research, the medication Eskaflam contains the active ingredient Nimesulide. Nimesulide is indicated for the treatment of acute pain and the symptomatic treatment of osteoarthritis and primary dysmenorrhoea in adolescents and adults above 12 years old. Side effects can include: diarrhea, vomiting, a skin rash, dizziness, and headaches. I'm not sure how this medication compares to other medications in its class, in order to know exactly how this medication will work you will have to try it yourself- after receiving a prescription from your doctor. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Nimesulide Details Do you have any more questions?

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Availability and side effects

Looking for availability in u.s. of eskaflam and the side effects because it seems to be very effective in relieving my pain. ## Hi Josephine, Have you checked with your local pharmacy about it's availability yet? Eskaflam contains the active ingredient Nimesulide. There are also other medications available with same active ingredient Nimesulide that are made by different manufacturers in a number of different countries. (You can view their trade names below): Aflogen, Ainex, Aldoron, Alencast, Algimesil, Algolider, Algosulid, Algover, Amocetin, Antalgo, Antifloxil, Apolide, Areuma, Aulin, Auromelid, Biosal, Chemisulide, Cliovyl, Coxtral, Defam, Degorflan, Delfos, Dexlin, Dimesul, Discorid, Doleside, Doloc, Doloctaprin, Dolostop, Doloxtren, Domes, Donulide, Edemax, Edrigyl, Efridol,...

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