Baralgin

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bighja Says:

searching for uses

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Verwon Says:

Sorry, this is a foreign medication, unavailable in the U.S. I can only suggest that you ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.

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yolande Says:

Commonly used in the caribbean for different types of pain. Great i dysmennorhea as it is also a muscle relaxant. Its a prescription drug. Can be taken with or without meals. Has been banned in the US because of its potential to cause aggranulocytosis.

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JaMeRi Says:

This was prescribed to me after I gave birth to help with the stomach after pains.

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herrrr... Says:

umm....i just want to kno what are the side effects of taking baralgin...

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shaunette Says:

What is the generic, chemical and the trade name for baralgin


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