What Is Cizdol N?

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rohit Says:
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I was taking opium for the last 2 years at a heavy dose and now I stopped opium by taking cizdol n 2.0mg, four tablets a day. How can I stop taking this tablet easily and how long should I take this tablet for? Also, what are the side effects of this tablet?



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Verwon Says:

This medication also carries the risk of being habit forming, according to the NIH, so it is best to taper it slowly, under your doctor's supervision, and you should only do so, when they deem it safe.

Other side effects, as listed by the U.S. FDA may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation.

How long have you been taking it?

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Happy Says:
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I have been taking 2 tablets a day for the last 2 months. Will this have adverse effects on my body if I continue?

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1234 Says:
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I want to know what Cizdol-N tablets are used for? I am worried, as one of my dearest friends is taking it and I just came to know this today. I want to know about this drug in detail so that I may be able to help her.

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Sunita Says:
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Sunita sharma
Ye kis cheej ki dva h
Or isse kya hota h

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Sunita sharma Says:
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Sizdol n kis cheej ki dva h or ye kya kaam aati h is dva ka kta roll h

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Garry gill Says:
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Re: Sunita (# 4)

Jo persn drugs krta hai je medicine uski kmmi ko dur krti hai. J medicine use krne k baad drugs lene ka mnn ni krta. Bt je medicine v drug hi hai. Ek baar esko start kr diya lena ton stop krna muskil ho jata hai. Agr medicine ko dwayi bn k le ton dwai hai agr nasha smj k le ton bhut danger nasha v hai je

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Ravinder Says:
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I'm an addict undergoing treatment and my doctor prescribed a tablet called Cizdol-N. However, the doctor is saying that this tablet is very expensive so I want to know if there's anyway I can save money on the prescription?

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Cherry man Says:
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Its not at all expensive. Just cost Rs 350 for 10 tablets which can last 5-7 days for any average person.

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Ashok Says:
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Re: Sunita sharma (# 5)

Madam ya opim malum ha keya.

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