Unicontin 400

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pradip patra Says:

please usefulness of this drug pescribed by a practitioner and its side effect

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mike Says:

balcofen 4007 one side T V other side round white pill

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Verwon Says:

Unicontin contains the active ingredient Theophylline and it is mainly used to treat respiratory disorders.

Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and irritability.

Learn more Unicontin details here.

Mike, the Baclofen TV tablet has TV 4097 on it and is a 20mg dosage, it is a muscle relaxant.

Learn more Baclofen details here.

Are there any other questions I can help with?

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T R Nair Says:

Unicontin 400 is prescribed by my Dr. One tab per day 5 days night before sleep. This is for reducing wiezing /chest conjustion. Tell me yr expert view whether this is in order.

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