Nurokind 500 Mg

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amit Says:
for what dieases/problem medicine Nurokind 500 may be prescribed?

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Verwon Says:
Nurokind is a nutritional supplement that contains the active ingredient Methylcobalamin, which is a form of Vitamin B12.

It is often given to treat deficiencies in this vital nutrient and supplementing it has also been shown to help some people with nerve pain.


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agdesai Says:
adverse effect of Nurokind-500mg

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Bhagya Says:
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My Mother is Suffering from Spinal Chord/Nerve issue's she was diagnosed of MS issue long time & she recovered without any issue but now it has come back . She feels current flow inside the Legs .

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vandana kapur Says:
Nerve pain in upper hand and full leg.

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Mahmood Says:
Pls inform Nurokind 500mg is for what treatment and for how many days we should use.

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Akhil Says:
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Hi I have undergone central mastoidectomy surgery for left ear due that surgery I have got facial palsy and doctors said to me that I have to undergo phsyiotherapy(galvanic stimulation) and prescribed (stugeron,nurokind 500mg,cifran 500mg) pls help me with this medications can I get relief from facial palsy
Will it will get cured??

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Raman Says:
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I am suffering tingling and numbness in my head. in past I hv tkn psychiatrist's medicines can this is the cause.

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Jerome Goveas Says:
The tablet Nurokind 500 was prescribed by a Orthopedic doctor against a complaint of pain in the neck, shoulder etc. caused by denerating nerves. Is it OK to continue to take the tablets (one a day) as a supplement, continuously without consulting the Ortho doctor?

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