Duvadilan Side Effect

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Verwon Says:

Duvadlan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is a Vasodilator, in some countries it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus, it is also used to help increase cirulation.

Some side effects may include: nausea, blood pressure changes and increase heart rate.

You can read the limited information available here:

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

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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particle Says:

i take duvadilan..2 times a day. . even im not pregnant. . and i think i ahave menstration. . whrn i take that medicine. . my mens is stop. . i want to get pregnant. . please help me. .thanks

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jeremy co Says:

why are the side side effects of duvadilan to the baby ? will the baby have some mental order?

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MELWIN Says:

I HAVE A BROTHER WHO HAVE DISSOSIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER. MY MOTHER DRANK DUVADILAN ON HER PREGNANCY TO MY BROTHER.
IS DUVADILAN SIDE EFFECTS THAT MADE MY BROTHER MENTAL SICKNES? WHAT IS THE SIDE EFFECTS OF DUVADILAN TO THE BABY? YOUR REPLY IS HIGHLY NEEDED.


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sklavaki elly Says:

after use of duvadilan my child is autistic.do you have any information about other women?

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yann Says:

can duvadilan cause abnormality to a developing fetus?


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madhu Says:

My sister was pregnant and she was prescribed Duvadilan. After pregnancy of 2 and Half she had bleeding and finally could not save baby........ was it because of Duvadilan? She had complain of stomachache, giddiness.Kindly reply

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sonam Says:
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I am having heavy periods since 2 months. My doctor has given me duvadilan 2 times per day for 20 days. I have taken for 5 days but no any relief. should i stop taking this tablet ? pls help..

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