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I'm having muscle pain and swelling after a heavy workout in the gym. Can I take D Fresh Mr tablets for some relief? ## Hi Giru, Sorry to hear about how you're feeling. Sounds like you really got a great workout in to leave the gym so sore. From what I could gather, D Fresh Mr tablets reportedly contain a combination of Diclofenac 50mg and Paracetamol 500mg (also known as Tylenol). Diclofenac is a NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) and Paracetamol is a mild pain reliever, so my thinking is that it may help provide at least some level of relief depending upon how severe your muscle pain & swelling is. Hope you make a full recovery soon! ## Can I take a D Fresh MR tablet for sciatica pain in my right leg that I've had for the past 3 months? Please advise. ...

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Tab Strocit

Dr has prescribed STROCIT 500 mg tablets 1-0-1 for " Lacunar Infarction ". Need full information on this drug please. ## Strocit contains the active ingredient Citicoline, it is a psychostimulant that is believed to help with mental function and memory impairment. A Lacunar Infarction is a type of stroke, that can be detrimental to your mental cognition and brain function. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ## My father is 75 yrd old and had a brain stroke 10 days back. As per MRI report fresh infarct was seen. He is given strocit inj. How long to continue? Dad is going to be discharged tomorrow still we need to continue inj. How long will it take to recover? ...

Updated in Citicoline


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