Uses Of Nefrosave Tab.

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Chakravarthy Says:


i am transplanted patient 31 yrs. of late my kidney has developed functional problem
thus my creatinine level has gone up to 7.8 and my doctor has advised to take
Nefrosave tab twice a day. Will this tablet reduce my creatinine level and if so
how long it will take?



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Chakravarthy Says:

further to my mail dt. 1st Mar.14, I would like to inform that I had undergone transplant 31 years ago (i,e in 1983) and my present age is 60 years. The graft was functioning well till now, but recently the creatinine level has gone up to 7.8 . I am advised to take Nefrosave Tablets twice a day. after taking for a month, i recently checked my creatanine level and am happy to inform that the creatanine level has come down to 5. I would like the manufacturing Co M/s. FOURRTS to give detailed information about the tablet so as to benefit pre/post transplanted kidney patients.

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Verwon Says:

It contains N-Acetyl Cysteine and Taurine, so it is only a supplement, and not guaranteed to help with anything. Are you on any other medications?

The NIH does warn that it may cause nausea, diarrhea, in some people that take it, due to its potency.



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