What Is Muscadol Used For

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Mohammed Says:


Does muscadol has any farther contraindication in patient with back history of stroke or angioplasty?



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Verwon Says:

Muscadol contains the active ingredients Paracetamol and Orphenadrine, it is commonly used to treat pain, fever and muscle spasms.

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And whether or not you can take it really depends on several factors, such as if you are stable, other medications you are taking and etc.

What has your doctor advised?

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Aaney Says:
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Hi can i take muscidol kidney pain

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lancy Says:
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My full body paining I have the tables with me the names muscadol. Clofen an olfen diclofenac-50mg


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Richard Says:
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I took muscadol for body pains but i was having heart palpitations and chest discomfort after 40 mins of taking is medicine

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Geraldine Says:
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Can I take muscodol 450mg I have high BP and I bomet all my body no force?


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