Excipient Used In Alaxan Fr Tablet Or Capsule

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Thinzar Says:
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I want to know that what excipients are used in alaxan fr



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David Says:

Hi Thinzar,

From what I could gather Alaxan FR contains Ibuprofen (200mg) + Paracetamol (325mg); a combination indicated for use in treating mild to moderate levels of pain.

Unfortunately I can't seem to locate any specific details pertaining to the inactive ingredients found in these tablets. However, I believe that type of information is usually listed on the packaging itself.

If I had to guess I wouldn't think this product is manufactured in the U.S., due to the lack of available information on it. If this is something you can pick up at your local pharmacy, you might want to double check with them as well.

Does anyone else have more info on these tablets?

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