Saaz - Suitability For Frozen Shoulder Problem

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B KANAKA RAJU Says:


Is sass the right medicene for my frozen shoulder problem without side effects,as prescribed by a doctor. Presently I use clopidogrel and statins post angioplaty 8 years ago. I am presently 74yrs.



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Verwon Says:

All medications carry the risk of causing side effects, even over the counter products.

Saaz contains the active ingredient Sulfasalazine and its side effects may include nausea, dizziness and a folate deficiency.

Learn more Saaz details here.

And actually, combining it with the Clopidogrel could be somewhat dangerous, because they can both increase the risk of bleeding.

Does your doctor monitor you regularly?

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