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libotryp in frozen shoulder-role and side effects ## I am suffering with mild mitral valve problem iam taking acitrom 1mg, Pentids 800 and atocor 10 mg since i have to visit a spine doctor for back problem Dr. gave clopitab A ,cobix 200 and nexito ls on 1 day itself i had some imbalance after taking aditional medicine advice i have some tiggling on my eyes and lips some times ## Libotryp contains Amitriptyline and Chlordiazepoxide, it is actually an antidepressant, but some medication in this class can help with some types of nerve pain. Do you know what has caused the frozen shoulder? If it is from an injury that needs to heal, this will probably not help much. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more: Narsiman: Pentids contains the antib... ...
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