Synap Forte - Excellent For Real Pain
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ajssm Says:
I am not a medical practioner - but realise that ANY medication taken ouitside of the manufacturers guidelines is dangerous.
Synap Forte is excellent for pain relief after surgery or more serious pain such as back pain - spinal surgery etc etc - which have had- I have been taking Synap on and off for over 15 years and have never suffered any side effects - but then I only take it when ABSOLUTELY necessary and I treat ALL medication in this manner - read the inserts and speak to your Dr who prescribes meds for you and get advise on any medication.
For REAL pain Synap Forte rules !! By the way it has been on the market for over 30 years now.

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Verwon Says:
One of the active ingredients in Synap Forte is Dextropropoxyphene, which has been pulled from the market in most countries, due to severe dangers. It can cause cardiac problems, which have resulted in permanent injury and death for some users.

Adcock Ingram, the manufacturers of Synap Forte have stopped manufacturing it and it will no longer be available on the market, either.

That means that you may want to speak to your doctor about a different medication that you can use.

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