Uses For Artridol

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25mg green and white capsule rimsa on capsule indometacina metocarbanol betametasona on back of blister pack oral



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Yvonne Says:

What exactly is artridol used for???

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Renee Says:

See google under Artridol pills it gives you ingrediants and uses.

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jan fuller Says:

i need artridol for my artherites.

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Verwon Says:

The reported ingredient in this, from Chile, is Glucosamine, it is not a prescription drug, but a dietary supplement that it touted to help people with joint problems, such as arthritis.

Since it is a supplement, it is not proven to work and actually help anything!

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Baja Pharmacy Says:

It is used for treatment of joint pain

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JuanPabloMagno1 Says:

Artridol does NOT contain glucosamine - unless the labs in Chile are cooking up their own special home brew. Artridol gel contains Betamethasone and Indometacine. Details available from Wikipedia. I live in Mexico and take Artridol capsules for relief from bouts with severe arthritic pain. The capsules contain Indometacine - a non steroid pain reliever; Metocarbamol, and Betamethasone. Not for casual use or treatment of minor pain. If used over prolonged period, rapid cessation of the medication can have severe results. All this info is available elsewhere on the Net.

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jyotsna Says:

i am getting knee pain . my right
knee is stiff and slight pain is there
it is osetoartherties,

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SNOWCHIK Says:

I WANT TO TRY ARTRIDOL BUT TAKE NAPROXEN NOW CAN I TAKE BOTH PILLS AT THE SAME TIME??

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Cindy Says:

Dose it really work on your arthritis I have rheumatoid and I am in constanct pain I mean really bad.



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