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what is dimeticona used for also what is pinaverio used for ## Dimeticona is listed as containing the active ingredient Simethicone, it is used to treat excess bloating and gas. Pinaverios is a muscle relaxant, specifically it acts on the intestinal muscles and is used to treat condtions such as excessive gas cramping and IBS. Common side effects may include: nausea, heartburn, diarrhea and vertigo. Do you have any other questions? ## can dimeticona be used for the gout..?? ## What is the mystery of lemon juice PH, it is acid but is it used to alkaline other foods? I know people that uses the lime or lemon for intestinal cramps and stomach pain, is it reliable for this things? ## Being lime or lemon an acid fruit, why so many people use it in remedies for the digestive system instead of... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Simethicone.
Sat, Sep 02 '17, 9:58 PM
dimeticona for 7 weeks infant
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My baby is only 7 weeks old. Is this medicine safe for him? ## Hello, Rea! How are you and your son? Yes, it can be used in infants, but please be careful to follow his doctor's dosing instructions. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and flatulence. It is commonly used to help treat colic. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Fri, May 27 '16, 7:13 PM
Bromuro de Pinavero-Dimeticona
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I live in France now.Before that I lived in Venezuela and regularly took Alevian Duo can I get something equivalent in Europe? ## I live in Canada and cannot find Alevian Duo anywhere here. Does anyone know of an equivalent of this drug or where it can be purchased. ## Hello Heather, I was taking Alevian Duo as well while I was in Nicaragua. I have recently moved to the UK and was prescribed Audmonal 60mg capsules and they seem to be working brilliantly. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Heather.
Thu, Dec 15 '11, 12:53 PM
Alevian Duo--would like more information
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Alevian duo (Bromuro de Pinaverio/dimeticona) was recently prescribed for me. It seems to be amazingly effective, but I would like to know more about the medicine. It is distributed by NYCOMED, made in Mexico for Gelcaps Exportadora de Mexico, S.Å. de C.V. ## I have a serious problem with my bowel movements, the Dr told me my colon are not moving properly, and I have an infection, also diverticulitis. He prescribed Mesalazina, now I am considering if Alevianduo would be a good medication for me, my bowels are not forming, just watery, and a lot of gas problem. I would like to hear from you if this med. could go together ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Jul 30 '14, 8:13 PM
Espanven Pediatrico Dimenticona
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This is a medication brought back to me from Mexico for my baby w/ colic...What is in it? (in English) please. Dimeticona 10g, Vehiculo cbp 100 ml, cada mL equivale a 22 gotas. ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Sun, Jan 22 '06, 5:48 PM

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