Zerodol Th

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anil Says:
I want to know what this medicine does and what the side effects of this medicine are?

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Verwon Says:
Zerodol TH combines the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory Aceclofenac, with the muscle relaxant/analgesic Thiocolchicoside. It is used to treat pain, swelling, muscle spasms and fever.

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

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ramya Says:
will i get delay in my periods if i intake more zerodol Th

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megha Says:
i took 4 zerodol thod 16 tablets on the suggestion of a doctor,after that I came to khow that I am four weeks pregnant.Is it harmfull for my pregnancy?

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I am suffering from upper backache for last six months,consulted rheumatologist and orthopedic ,blood test and X-ray reports of the spine are normal,paracetamol was of no use,cholecalciferol taken for 3 months,once a week,ortho prescribed Zerodol-th,s.o.s which is also not effective,it pains in the upperback severely at a point and spreads after sometime,doing exercises and brisk walking for half an hour,height is 5'3" and weight is 65kg.The pain subsides and again comes back after one or two days,kindly suggest me the further line of treatment

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rama Says:
ROFENEC can this be taken as alternative for ZERODOL-TH

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Sammy Says:
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I've been suffering from a tmj disorder for the last 9 months, having severe pain in my maxilla (facial portion), headaches and also feeling pain in the upper right side of my jaw... My doctor suggested I take zerodol-th 4, But I want to know how to cure my ailments?

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