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i was prescribed riconia tab 1 per day by a postgraduate physician. Initially I had no problem but after 4 days I had stiffness on the left shoulder and any movement used to cause excruciating pain. I took antiinflammatory drugs and some massage, some light exercises, hot waterpresses. It vanished after 3 or 4 days. After a week again I started taking riconia and again the same problem. No drugs, no exercises. Vanished after 3 days. After 15 days I started riconia for a fresh trial. again I am with the same musculoskeltal problem. stiff left anterior back, shoulder and the pain and stiffness had travelled to half of my upper hand . I donot know whether it is the side effect of riconia or anything else. But when I stop riconia i am okay. the same side effect I used to have when I used to take the once a week alendronates for osteoporosis, after some 3 or 4 tablets. After stopping iam alright. Similar problem I used to have when one of the new proton pump inhibitors( i donot remember the compound) was given some 4 years back by a doctor br-in-law who came to India on a short visit. He brought the physician's sample that was provided to him. after stopping the drug the supposed side effect also vanished.

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Anu Says:
Hey buddy it seems you are allergic to reconia. I had been taking reconia for a year & it suited me too well. For a month I couldn't & faced health problems.

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Kanthavel KV Says:
go to medguideindia.com to find out constitution of allopathic drugs.
Riconia is partially responsible for curing my palmo plantar psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
It contains stannous chloride , deficiency and malfunctioning in metabolism of elemental TIN (stannum)
is responsible for all types of psoriasis.

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