Indometacina, Betametasona Y Metocarbamol
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Rolando Muniz Says:
Jaime De La Vega Varela (# 4) --

en México existe Bevodinix, solo cápsulas, es nuevo

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Rolando M Says:
Jaime De La Vega Varela (# 4) --

en México existe Bevodinix, solo cápsulas, es nuevo

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Joanna Says:
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Puedo tomar esto para dolor de la rodilla? Tengo el menuscus roto y un ligamento retirado. Me están poniendo inyecciones para reparar el menuscus y solo quiero saber si se puede tomar.

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Jaime De La Vega Varela Says:
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Quiero saber que productos contienen estos elementos:,indometacina, metocarbamol, betametasona.

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jose cuevas Says:
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Para la ciatica buscame como Dr magneto en goggle maps

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Gloria Diaz Says:
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Se puede tomar para el dolor de ciatica? Que tan efectivo es?

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Verwon Says:
La indometacina es un medicamento antiinflamatorio no esteroide utilizado para tratar el dolor y la hinchazón. Los efectos secundarios comunes pueden incluir: náuseas, somnolencia, dolor de cabeza e irritación estomacal.


La betametasona es un esteroide utilizado para tratar las reacciones alérgicas e inflamación.

Los efectos secundarios comunes pueden incluir: náuseas, somnolencia, trastornos del sistema inmune y aumento de peso.


Methocarmabol es un relajante muscular. Los efectos secundarios comunes pueden incluir: náuseas, somnolencia, mareos y dolor de cabeza.


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