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i sprained my ankle y'day. today went to bone specialist. he twisted nerve, applied medicated paste and bandaged it. the above tablet has been prescribed alongwith gellucil syrup. kindly advise whether i shd take the tablet or go for combiflam

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Verwon Says:

this site is not medical professionals, so we cannot possibly advise you on the best medication to use.

Have you spoken to your doctor about this?

Kineto DP contains 50mgs of Diclofenac, 325mgs of Parcetamol/Acetaminophen and 10mgs of Serratiopeptidase.

This is used as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory to reduce pain and swelling. Such drugs are commonly used to treat sprains and strains.




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Monica Says:

Hi my mother overdid her shoulder excercise and was having a lot of pain, the doc suggested ultracet which did not help too much. then he sugested Kineto DP. that helped but she still has a lot of pain.

what could be the reason for the pain?
how long will it take to heal - is it a permanent damage?
how many days to take the Kineto DP?

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ABhilasha singh Says:

HEy guys,
Umm well a week earlier I fell from two floors in the act of saving my falling friend,,and he has sufferd broken bones while I am stuck with soft tissue injuries all over my back and ligament tears all over my both legs.
I cant walk or sit up for 15more days. And the doctor has just changed my medication to kineto dp for 7days along with pan40,.
Its helping me but the pain is just too much.but I can conclude that its a lot helpful. :)
So I would advise taking it.

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Roy Says:

Monica - Sorry to hear about your mother. Have they performed any x-rays on your mother's shoulder to check for tissue damage? It is important that she does not continue moving it around so that it can properly heal. Without running proper tests it is very difficult to know the extent of her injury, or the best course available for treating it. If this medication is not helping her completely then her doctor might advise to take something different, put her arm in a brace, etc. Any other details which you can post would be helpful...

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kineto dp is the combinaton of tablet kineto forte+tablet dicloran.
kineto forte is for muscle relaxation&dicloran is for pain relief. if u are not getting kineto dp in medical stores you can purchase above tablets combindely.

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