Stillen Tablet

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Verwon Says:

Stillen contains the active ingredient Eupatilin, it is used to help treat ulcers and acid reflux.

Side effects may include: nausea, vomiting, skin rash and itching.

Read more here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Eupatilin/­

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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melody cortis Says:

is drug cause nephrotic syndrome?

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mary Says:

can eupatilin stillen cause constipation?

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jgs Says:

I am taking eupatilin stillen for a week now after diagnosed w/gastritis & NO it doesn't cause constipation instead it can help in your digestion & can make your bowel movement regular.

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sam Says:
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I went to see my dentist two days ago when I had a teeth ache and he just washed my teeth and said I should come after 3 days to fill up the teeth as he had diagnosed a hole in the teeth. Now my teeth is in pain than the first time I had consulted. What should I do or drink now as he did not provide with any pain killers?

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Veronica Says:
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Thank you that is so nice. My husband developed an ulcer after his colon operation. What can I do to help.




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Tsakani Says:
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Hi!can I take stillen as well as my blood pressure medication at the same time

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Heather morris Says:
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To be taken before or after meals as my sister gave me a few as I have acid reflux and I don't have dosage instructions. Thanks

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Heather Morris Says:
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Thank you. Im having all the side effects ie nausea vomiting (1) itching and rashes

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Heather Morris Says:
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I havent had a reply to my reactions to Stillen and what can be used in its place. An over counter replacement preferably. Ta

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Rinz Says:

Hi, im suffering from bad digestin , and also got a ulsar, the pain is realy, i cant take it any more, im useing stillen for my second day, 3x a day with spasmogel, still dont help...i do not belong to a medical aid, do you have any advice, i do have this stomac problems for many many years...please i need help

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Gean Says:
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What's is the half-life of Stillen tablet? Is it true that it's phase-out in the market?

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Bafana Says:
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Hi. I'm suffering from a very painful ulcer and i also got bad breath coming from my stomach. Can all this be cured by Stillen (eupatilin)? Also, can stomach ulcers cause bad breath? And should I go for a colon cleanse?

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Shirley Says:

Is Stillen a vitamin and can this be taken long term.Thanks for the reply.

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