Pan D Tablet

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Sharad Pachpute Says:

This is right tab let suggested by Dr. to me
how much it is effective for result of it

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Verwon Says:

What are you taking it for?

I am sorry, but I am having a little trouble understanding your post.

The medication, however, contains Pantoprazole and Domperidone, it is used to help prevent or treat conditions such as ulcers, heartburn and GERD.

Learn more Pantoprazole details here.

Learn more Domperidone details here.

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