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prolomet xl 25 vs corbis
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what is different between ' prolomet XL 25 ' and ' corbis ' are the same medicine? OR what is the substitute for ' prolomet XL 25 '? Tks for your help ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Sun, Aug 11 '13, 1:27 AM
change of drug
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What is the difference between Corbis and nebicard? I was taking Corbis5mg and nephrologist changed to Nebicard 5mg? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, Mar 27 '15, 12:41 AM
Aztor F
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I have been prescribed Aztor F(10/145) by my cardiologist alongwith other medicines like Deplatt 75 mg(OD); ecosprin 150 mg(OD), corbis 2.5 mg(OD); Ramistar 5 mg OD; glyciphase 500 mg BD, pantocid 40 mg. I have not been able to find detailed information about Aztor F(10/145) either on the net or on discussion forum. The medicine is also not commonly available with chemists. Can any one tell me about the second salt (apart from Atorvastatin) contained in the medicine and what are its properties.combination of salts contained in this ## My total cholesterol is 245mg/dl.triglycerudes 318 mg/dl.hdl is 45mg/dl.and ldl 136mg/dl. My question is that should I be worry with above reports. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Atorvastatin.
Tue, Nov 05 '13, 9:05 AM
problem of gases
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have been taking prothiaden for about 8 yearsand stallopam5 for the last 2 yrs. and corbis2.5 in the morning as well. Problem is the gases and flatulence which disturbs my sleep a lot.Sometimes the mouth gets overdry .I am not diabetic and the bp is close to normal.I felt a lack of interest in sex and libido to some extent.Also if i do not take the above Rx. i get angry and hyper. PLEASE ADVISE.THANKS. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Diabetes.
Sat, Dec 05 '09, 12:28 PM

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