Tablet Protect D

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pakku Says:


doc has prescribed for knee pain but the details above says the tablet is used for ulcer. which one is correct.?



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Rashmi Says:
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I have been prescribed Protect D and it has glucosamine and am worried this will increase cholesterol and blood sugar
Please clarify
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