Medicines From Mexico

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julie Says:


can any of mafena retard hurt a healthy 51 year old man?



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CapItola Says:

I have esomeprazol Generic Nexium
Omedex Plus. This is generic for Nexium 40 mg.
These capsules are blue and white and I thought Nexium was purple.


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blessed Says:

Generics do not look like the name brand medicines as that is part of the patent of the medication, generics aren't even the same look from all manufactures, even when you get the medications from the US, athough US generics all would have the same markings I do not know much about Mexican medications. I do know that apparently Omedex Plus is packed in various colored capsules as the ones I have are in clear ones.


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VerFree Says:

Actually, U.S. generics won't even all have the same markings, each manufacturer is required to use unique markings, so the exact source of a medication can be established, in case of emergency. The only exception is for over the counter medications.

As to the Mafena Retard that you asked about, Julie, it is listed as containing Diclofenac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever, and swelling, so yes, it could be harmful, if taken improperly, or if it is contraindicated with other medications, or health conditions. It can increase the risk of bleeding, heart attack, and stroke, according to current FDA warnings.

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