Lupizox Tablet

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nisha Says:


is it a pain killer?
Can it be used to reduce the pain in the stomach during the menusuration cycle?



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R K Agrawal Says:

what for LUPIZOX is prescribed and how safe it to take

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Raj kumar Chhabra Says:

No........not for mensuration pains...Its for severe dental, spine, pains

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David Says:

I'm not finding a whole lot of information on Lupizox, but from what I've read it appears as though the active ingredient may be Meperidine (more commonly known as Demerol). Meperidine is in a class of medications called narcotic analgesics; a group of pain medications similar to morphine. It works by changing the way the body senses pain.

Since this medication can be used to relieve moderate to severe pain, there's no real reason why it wouldn't help relieve menstrual pain. However, in my opinion, there are better/safer options out there that are more specifically geared towards relieving pain in that area (i.e. clary sage essential oil).

I hope this helps!

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Divya Says:
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is lupizox gives relief from backpain for 20 years lady?

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