For What Diacerein Glucosamine Sulphate Potassium Chloriden Is Prescibed

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mark Says:

I am 40 years, India
My comlain is problem in Knee. I have mild soreness-pain, heavyness feeling, feel weakness in knee while climbing stairs.
Dr prescribed me above medicine for 20 days one tab each per day.
Please let me know side effects , if any
Is it necessary to take this medicine, can exercise subsititue these medcines.
Please give more and more details and direction how to keep my knee fit, since I am just 40 yrs now.
Manay thanks in advance.

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parvathy Says:

I am also having the same medication for two months already for my knees. I just got bored and stopped the medication and it started hurting again and I started. I was trying to see if there is any side effects as I heard that glucosamine can make u put on weight

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meera Says:

the tablets gave me a shooting pain in naval which subside in a minute
and my doc advised me to discontinue it n it settled down

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Stranger from the Phillipines Says:

I hope you believed in the cheapest way and effective naturally try the SOUR FRUITS which we call here in the Philippines (Guyabano fruits) it can cure and even Cancer try to research and ask 2nd opinion this fruit bearing tree is effective and proven all parts can be useful the twigs, leaves, flowers roots and fruits you can boil for 5 to 10 minutes and drink the water three times a days the three removes malignant cells to your body w/o harming your normal cells. this is good to those suffering from any cancer because it is ten thousand times slower the growth of cancer cells. I hope on this topic helps you.

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Verwon Says:

Diacerein is most commonly used in the treatment of Osteoarthritis, however, since it isn't used in the U.S., this site doesn't have a lot of information on it.


The other two, the Glucosamine and Potassium are just supplements that are believed to help with joint health.



As to whether or not exercise would help more, have you asked your doctor about it?

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