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ramesh Says:

i suffer from neck destonia.....that means my neck can bend in evry second...again i will turn to stright......if u have any answer please send to my email...

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Anup Kumar Says:

Hi My Mom is suffer from hand destonia.....that means my mother hand is always vibrating ........Some one suggested Pacitane twice a day... Is this medicine will help....

If u have any answer please send to my email...

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