Hyoscine 10 Mg Tablet

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Santha Says:


recently i got sinuses the doctor give hyoscine 10mg. its orange colour. i would like to check the colour of hyoscine 10 coz whn i go thru in net it stated white. please help on. thank you



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Pam Says:

can these tablets bew used for seasickness if so what is the brand name

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Mercy Says:

can i take hyoscine tablets,i had a pyeloplasty on Feb 16 this year

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