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pinkish orange round pill with M 714

I have a round pinkish orange non-coated pill with 714 on one side and a capital M. What medication is this? ## This tablet is manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 35mgs of Risedronate, which is used to treat osteoporosis. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, aggravation of asthma, and joint aches. Is there anything else I can help with?

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phlogam tablet is for what purpose

i have an minor maxillary frature.. and was prescribed phlogam t.d.s x days....y? ## From the limited information I can discover, Phlogam is listed as containing Risedronate. It is used to strengthen bone and treat or prevebt Osteoporosis. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Tab.Phlogenzyme is it used to reduce the swelling ? ## phlogam which contains trypsin B.P 48mg,bromelain 90mg,rutoside trihydrate B.P 100mg.what actualy that medicine do and for what purposes actualy that used please tell its side effects ## phlogam is not as residronate.... it has nothing to do with bone strength...it is used to reduce tissue swelling. ## I HAVE LEFT LEG KNEE PAIN, DR SAID GAP BETWEEN TWO BONES AT LEFT SIDE LEFT LEG IS VERY THIN AND WHILE WALKING ITS RUBBING EACH OTHER...ANY EXCERSISE TO...

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Risofos 35

Are my body aches due to constant use of risofos35 (pain in soft tissues, hamstring and to some extant in bones of the leg.) ## Based on my research, Risofos (Risedronate) has a number of different side effects relating to bodily aches/pain: leg cramps dull, aching pain in the hips, groin, or thighs muscle spasms, twitching, or cramps back pain chest pain stomach pain weakness headache Most of these side effects however, are considered to be serious symptoms that you should report to your doctor immediately, upon seeking relief. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Risedronate Details I hope this info helps!

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gemfos side effects

i am using this drug for the last 4 years. any side effects? i am otherwise not keeping good health. i am 64 yrs old neena behl ## Gemfos contains the active ingredient risedronate sodium. it is mainly used to treat diseases of the bone. Side effects are usually experienced during the first few weeks you are on a medication, not after you have been it for a long period of time, unless you have a change in dosage. The most common side effects can include: nausea, joint pain, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## My Mum takes Gemfos in India, she is coming to Australia for 3 to 6 months, is there a substitute medicine she can take while in Australia. ## BUY GEMFOS IN AUSTRAILIA

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is it safe drug

can we use this drug for the women having histotomy ## Well, one drug is a safe as any other, they all carry risks and are worse for some people than others, so no drug is really considered completely safe. In the U.S. this is sold under the trade name Actonel and is used to treat or prevent Osteoporosis and bone degeneration. I do not how safe it us to be used for women having a hysterectomy or how soon after surgery it could be used. The information available on it is here: Do you work in health care?

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