Zerodol Tablet Uses

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RICHARD Says:


Want to know the uses and side effects of zerodol tablets.



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Verwon Says:

The active ingredient in Zerodol is Aceclofenac, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to relieve pain and swelling.

Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach irritation.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Aceclofenac/­

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Juliana Mwongi Says:

what is the action of Zerodol tabs, uses and side effect?

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Dave Says:

can I take Zeradol for fever around 100 F insted uf Paracetamol?

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Dave Says:

can I take Zeradol for fever around 100 F instead of Paracetamol?

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vijay Says:
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Hi. For the last 4 days I've been feeling pain while swallowing food and drinks, due to what may be a throat infection. Is zerodol-p useful for me?

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Abhishek Says:
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Is there any difference between Zerodol M and Zerodol MR? My doctor has advised me to take Zerodol M, so I am confused. Please advise me.

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Sagar Says:
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I was met with a major accident last month and my right leg is wounded and also there is damage in my tibia-fibula bone. I was admitted to the hospital and at that time painkiller shots were used. Now I got discharged and there is severe pain in my leg. The doctor has given me Zerodol p and suggested to take it daily. Is it safe to take Zerodol p daily? If not, please let me know how many times it should be taken in a day?

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Akash Says:

Please tell me the difference between zerodol p and zerodol sp, and which one is better?

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C Jaya Says:
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I had tkr bilateral surgery two n half months back. I am exercising regularly and am able to walk, but there is still swelling around my knees and below my knees down to my ankle that's causing stiffness. If I stand for two minutes the stiffness also occurs. What medicine should I take for relief? My surgeon says walking will reduce the swelling. Please suggest what I should do? Can Zerodol help?

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Priya Says:
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I am having pain in my chest due to gastric issues. The pain is rising from my left part of my chest to my neck. Should I take zerodol sp alone or should I take it with some other medicine?

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Akhtar Says:

I am suffering from a throat infection and minor pain in my throat. May I take the Zerodol-SP tablets, and if so, for how long? Is Zerodol-SP an antibiotic?

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Tari Says:
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I took zerodol sp for severe tooth pain from an erupting wisdom tooth. It's been an hour but there is no relief from the medicine!! What to do?

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