Zertin 300mg Capsule

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rashella Says:
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my doctor advice me to take zertin 2x a day for 7 days together with claricort which is for alergy, now is zertin function also as anthistamine?



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Belina Says:
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With sudden attack of astma,can i take zertin cap.300mg.?

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