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Astefin 100
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WHAT IS THIS PILL FOR ## I just bought some Astefin 100 in Costa Rica for pain. Does anyone know if it really works ## I was on vacation in San Jose, CR, and awakend with a bad hip pain, making it difficult to walk. I walked into a drug store and told the young lady what my problem was. She came back with Astefin 100 and Corten, I took them 2 days and the pain has never returned. ## Astefin contains the active ingredient Diclofenac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. You can learn more Diclofenac details here. Corten contains the active ingredient Dexamethasone, which is a steroid class medication that's used to treat allergic reactions, inflammati... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Diclofenac.
Mon, Dec 26 '16, 10:26 AM
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Is there such a drug? ## I was not able to locate any drugs called Astefin, I did find a drug called Astelin, which is used for symptoms such as sneezing and itchy, runny nose. It contains the active ingredient Azelastine. To read more information about this drug, please see: Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Hi, ASTEFIN does exist, manufactured by NewPort in Costa Rica. Maybe it is another brand of Astelin I spent some time in Costa Rica a few years back, and was given ASTEFIN for a cold/flu. It worked well, in fact I kept the unused tablets for my own use later whan I returned to Europe. ## I have some astefin 100 which my wife bought in costa rica. She bought it per the advice of the pharmacist to treat my cold and sore throat. ## As... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Azelastine.
Mon, Nov 21 '11, 3:10 PM

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