Uses Of Nefrosave

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Verwon Says:

Nefrosave contains 150mgs of N-Acetylcysteine and 500mgs of Taurine. It is listed as being used as a detoxifying agent and to treat substance abuse.

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

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

Do you have any other questions?

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MOULANA Says:

use of acetylcysteine

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Abhijeet Says:

does it really lows down creatinine level?

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RAJ Says:

MY CREATININE IS 1.8 & UREA 52 DIABETIC & BP controlled by tabs. Drugs are Nefrosave forte one daily for two years,one calcium tab am and pm, one iron tab daily,one zyloric daily,one benadon at am& pm,atorfit 10mg one daily.I am male 63 age.How long my kidney will be safe.I am minimised salt. What other precaution should I take? Raj.

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balki Says:

NEFROSAVE Tablet was prescribed for high microalbumin in urine-whether it was correct or not

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Imran Says:
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If urea is 159.9 and creatine is 2.18 what its mean

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ashok Says:
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I have been suffering from type 2 diabetes. My creatine is 1.4. I am feeling leg & hand healing, acidic symptoms in my stomach, and constipation. Please advise me.

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Ramen Says:

I am type2 diabetic patent taken medicine my creatine 1.13 I am taking neffosave fortr 2times daily for more than 2 and half year is there be any side effects?

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Mohammed Says:
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I have type 1diabatic I am taking insulin dose twise a days last 22 years ago. now l am 36 yr old. Now my creatine level s 1.3. my Dr refers me take nefrosave forte tab for three months. Is this right path? plz clarify me

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RK Says:
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I am a diabetes type2 patient. My creatinine level swings between 1.8-2.0. Doctor advised me nefrosave. Should I take it? Pl advise

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shanawaz Says:
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hi,I am suffering diabetes from 20 years.my creatine level is( 1.9).I am 62 years old. doctor advised me to take nefrosave 1 tab daily after dinner. i take nefrosave 1 year continue. my question is how long can i take the medicine and what the side effects this medicine.

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Sarika Agrawal Says:
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My husband cretinens, 11 and urea170 Please give any suggestions without transplant and dylisis

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Dev Says:

Are Nephrosafe and Nefrosave the same? My doctor's prescription says Nephrosafe and it's not available, but the Chemist is offering me Nefrosave and said it is the same.

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Ram Says:

nefrosave is a wonder drug for all Diabetics . It contains Taurine which is stated to be the reason for the longivity of Japanese . it prevents the complications of Diabetes and also helps in preventing any cardio related issues . You can take these tablets for your entire life without any hesitation .

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Fazal Says:
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Hi. My father has chronic kidney disease with the following levels: Creatinine 5.9, Sodium 148, Chloride 111, Potassium 5.2, Urea 147.7, TP 6.3, Albumin 3.4 & Phosphorus 4.6.

His Dr. advised Nefrosave for reducing Creatinine levels. Please suggest whether this is a safe and effective treatment?

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nari Says:
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Re: Abhijeet (# 3)

My microalbume is frist. Three years back 214 and it reduces to 114 and now it is 63.doctor suggest to use nefrosave tablet

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ronaldo Says:

nefrosave forte 650 mg tab take in twice a day for 3 months. So, its effect for kidney ?

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Md shadab Says:
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Re: Ramen (# 8)

I am 55 years old. My creatine level is 1.8. Doctor prescribed nefrosafe. How long would I need to take this medicine for?

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