Substitute For Spasmo Proxyvon

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lonewolfee Says:

I am suffering from various muscular cramps along with bowel cramps, so my doctor has advised me to try spasmo proxyvon but unfortunately i lost my prescription. Can anyone tell me if there's a good alternative to spasmo proxyvon that doesn't require a prescription?

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ranveer Says:
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Hello. Is there any substitute of proxyvon capsule available in Poland? I've been taking 3 doses a day and want to find a safe way to stop. Whenever I don't take it I get a headache and body pain.

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i been taking spasmo proxyon for last 8 years now i want leave it. So please suggest me what is alternative medicine.

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I want to leave spasmo proxyon, please help how to leave this bad habit, is there any option please suggest me

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Kevin Says:

Hello Lonewolfee,

According to the FDA Spasmo-Proxyvon contains the active ingredients Dicyclomine, Paracetamol and Tramadol. This combination of drugs relaxes the muscles in the stomach and intestines and stops muscle contractions. This effectively relieves cramps, abdominal discomfort and pain. Becuase Tramadol is an opioid analgesic it is unlikely that you will be able to find a drug that performs the same function without having a prescription. I would simply talk with the doctor who wrote you a prescription and see if they will write you another script or find an alternative route to relieve your symptoms.

I hope this helps.

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Agassi Says:
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I have been used spasmo proxyvon last ten years so I want to quit up.everyday I used to take 5 capsule

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Chinu Says:
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Qi iam addicted to proxyvon last 2days it is not available and my condition is too bad tell me which medicine is best for me as due to lockdown it is not possible to consult any doctor

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