Betahistine 16 Mg

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novo betahistine 16 mg
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is this a pain medication ## is novo betahistine used for pain or infection? ## what is this medicine used for? ## Before taking Novo_Betahistine make sure you eat some food then you won't have an upset stomach. Hope this helps ## betahistine is used mainly for vertigo... ## I am suffering from VIRDIGO. They say it's due of the particle on my right ear canal. I am taking an pill an day, only when I am dizzy. Is any exercise I can do to help or to PREVENT my dizzyness. THANKS VERY SO MUCH FOR YOUR TIME. Cheers. ## I suffered from vertigo for years... Until one day when I was at the doctor's office and he had a med student there with him... she took all the information needed from me and suggested to my doctor to try Canalith Repositioning Maneuver for Positional Vertigo... He... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Ibuprofen.
Thu, Nov 16 '17, 6:40 PM
White Pill 16 On One Side N Other Gg
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white round tablet,with #16(a split in between the 1 & 6 on other side is a capital N or Z. ## There is a 50mg Losartan tablet available in the U.S. and Canada with a Z 16 on it, so that may be what this tablet is. Losartan is an ARB that is used to help treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Round white pill with 1|6 on one side and N on other is Betahistine which is used to treat vertigo. ## It's a tablet betahistine dihydrochlorine 16 mg also known in Canada as for tablet nova betahistine for vertigo ...
Updated 3 months ago in Losartan.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 6:57 AM
Unbalance when walking - I have vertigo
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I am having problems with my balance. When I had this problem 3 - 4 years ago my doctor prescribe a med called Novo-betahistine 16 mg. I have been very tired for a few weeks and I have problems walking straight. I have a few of these meds left can I take one and see if it will help me? ## Hello, Lynn! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the vertigo problem that you're having. If it is several years old, then the medication is most likely no longer effective. Additionally, vertigo can be caused by an infection of the inner ear, so you need to have it checked out and get a prescription for the appropriate medication. You may need an antibiotic. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Aug 30 '14, 8:08 PM

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