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side effects,how long one can take it and its role in polycystic kidney

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dr.kalaskar shyam. Says:

i want to know that does this drug have any preventive role in progressig renal failure due to polycysic kidney disease?what is its pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics?for how long one can take it?any side effects?effect on GFR?

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philip da silva Says:

how how many days can i take nefrosave tablets for the kidney? what is the dosage? What are the side effects? please help me

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sundaramani Says:

I want to know the details and side effects of the medicine. I have peptic ulcer problem. Can I take
this medici

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sanjay dhar Says:

what is the role of nefrosave in protein urea is it safe and will prevent further kideny damage

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Vineet kaushik Says:

Hi Guys,

My Father has chronic Kidney disease. and doctor suggested to have "Nefrosave".

I would like to know how good this table is ?? and Is there any side effect for long term use??


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My doctor prescribed me drug-Nefrosave-500 to reduce the albumin passing in urine. is it advisable to take for long period? is there any side effect? please guide me.

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Abhijeet Says:

My aunt is 85 yrs old,suffering from urinary bladder cancer, and her serum creatinine level is 1.9,Dr suggested Nefrosave 500 twice daily.Will it really be helpful to her?

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Sanjay Banerjee Says:

I want to know whether Nefrosave can reduce urea and createnine level.

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shyam jaiswal Says:
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My s.creatine 1.4 my dr.start nefrosave tab daily 1_0_1 ple.say it is useful f0r me or any side effect i am diabetict pait.ple.suggest me

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Reddaiah Says:
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I suffered from nephrocalcinosis ckd creatine 4 back pain protein Los hy blouse I used nephrosave

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