Methylcobalamin Alpha Lipoic Acid Benfotiamine

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Narendra Paul Says:


I get stomach cramps, being an old patient of Cardia Achalasia. But now there is no constriction in food pipe or any ulcers. I am on Pantaprazole and other anti acid drugs. The cramps give uneasy feeling and I cannot eat normal food.



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Kapil ghatol Says:
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I am having back pain on lumber site since two year and numbness right leg and hand l operated by endoscopy before two years and now I have above problems

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