Pregabolin Methylcobalamin Alphalipic Acid Folic Acid Pyridoxine Hcd Capsule

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this drug was prescribed to stop the burning sensation of foot.


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Ram Malshe Says:

Please let me know the Brand Name of this combination,composition , Price and Manufacturer
as I want to buy it.

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My leg is very painful n burning ...so what should medicein use for

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