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Disperzyme Tab
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Is disperzyme tablets recommended in case of sufferring from cold and dry cough? Any side effects? Is there any cheaper substitute of this? ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only information I was able to locate on Disperzyme is that it is manufactured in Germany by a company called Mucos. You can view their website in the link below (however it is in German and very hard to navigate if you don't know the language): Other than spending hours translating words off that webpage, the only other thing I can sug... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Sat, Aug 24 '13, 10:29 AM
Disperzyme tablet
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Detailed topic of tab. DISPERZYME....What, when and how to use? ## Disperzyme tablets contain: Trypsin (96 mg) + Bromelain (180 mg) + Rutoside trihydrate (200 mg). This drug is noted to be manufactured by Aksigen. It is most commonly prescribed to help with digestive disorders. You can view information on each ingredient by following the three links below: I haven't been able to locate much other information regarding Disperzyme. I would suggest contacting your local pharmacy for information regarding when and how much to use. Hope this helps! ## Dear Ritu , This is definitively not digestive enzyme.This is a systemic enzymes and for detail you can search for REVOZYME FORTE in one topic its mode of action was discussed in length . ## Hi Jackson, It shows the following information wi... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Enzymes.
Wed, Sep 13 '17, 9:52 AM
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I HAD GOT OPERATION IN MY LEFT LEG AND THERE IS SWELLING DOCTOR ADVICED ME TO TAKE THAT TABLET TWO HOURS BEFORE FOOD.AFTER TAKING THAT TABLET I GOT SPINAL PAIN SEVERLY. WHAT I CAN DO NOW ## Tibia+fibula was broken. Done orif of leg about 9 months before. Still pain is persisting in walking. CRP level is high, around 20. Dr.suggested Disperzyme. Please advise, how many days disperzyme can be taken regularly. Whether it is beneficial. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, May 07 '15, 10:09 PM
What Is The Use Of Disperzyme Tablet
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My mother voice is down last 1 month. ENT doctor check up & prescribe this tablet. Please inform me what is function in this tablet ## HI, Anjan! How is your mother doing? Disperzyme is listed as containing the active ingredient Bromelain, it's really just an enzyme that's also thought to have anti-inflammatory effects. No studies have really confirmed its usefulness. Did the doctor say what's causing her problem? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Anti-Inflammatory.
Tue, Jun 18 '13, 3:19 PM
Disperzyme tablets view showing in the cims
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Trypsin, bromelain and rutoside trihydrate tablets ## Yes and it is most commonly prescribed to help with digestive disorders. Otherwise, they do not provide my other information. Has anyone actually used this product? ## I USED DISPERZYME TABLETS BID X 5 DAYS FOR LEG CRAMPS AND LEG SWELLING. ## diognised having enlarged prostrate ## Yes we use it for throat problem with hoarseness of throat.... prescribed by a leading and very discreet sent specialist for at Apollo, Delhi. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, May 27 '16, 10:58 PM
Side Effects Of Disperzyme
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Are there any immediate side effects after taking disperzyme tabs like acidity,bloating etc ?? ## From what I've read, Disperzyme tablets are usually well tolerated by most individuals. However my research does note that, bloating, as well as other intestinal disturbances may result from its use; and can be avoided more often than not, by simply adjusting the timing and frequency of the dosage. I've also heard of other patients mentioning similar side effects after taking this particular combination of enzymes. Perhaps it's just too much of a good thing? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Enzymes.
Sun, Jul 28 '13, 11:28 PM
what is the use of disperzyme tablet and side effects
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I am 65 years old and have been prescribed DISPERZYME tablets 3 times a day for three weeks. this was done after reviewing MRI of my left shoulder. MRI showed fluid (bursitis) I have pain while lifting my arm This medicine is making me very lethargic and feeling of fullness. a bit of cough some times. Are these common symptoms. Please advise. ## Hello, Kawal! How are you? Those can be side effects of this medication, along with nausea, dizziness, stomach irritation, and headache, according to the U.S. FDA. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 11 months ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Mon, Oct 31 '16, 10:51 PM
Disperzyme for tingling sensation in my legs
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I am suffering from a tingling sensation in my legs because of spondylolisthesis in L4-L5 and my doctor has prescribed Disperzyme tablets. Is this medicine relevant for my problem? Thanks. ...
Updated 4 months ago.
Sun, Jun 11 '17, 7:29 AM
salts in enzomac tablet
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what substitute drug can i take instead of enzomac tablet as it is not available in kashmir ## I'm sorry, but I can't find anything that lists the active ingredients in Enzomac, the few sites I have found that list do not say what it is for, nor what it contains. Do you have any other information on it? Have you tried asking your doctor or chemist for alternatives? ## The contents of enzomac seems to be Trypsin,Bromelain,Rutoside. You can consult the doctor for a similar content tablet called Disperzyme. I do not know the exact composition of Enzomac, so please cross check with Doctor for sure. ## take pineapple daily and any other digestive such as unienzyme etc. ## YES DEAR THERE ARE ALSO MANY BRANDS LIKE ENZOMAC IN KASHMIR VALLEY.MY SUGGESTION IS TO YOU THAT YOU TAKE TOPZYME ... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sat, Oct 06 '12, 3:33 AM
Trypsin Bromelain With Rutoside Trihydrate Tablet
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I HAVE BEEN PRESCRIBED DISPERZYME FOR SYMPTOMS OF DYSURIA & STERILE PYURIA BY A UROLOGIST. wHAT IS THE SPECIFIC MODE OF ACTION OF THE INGEDIENTS, I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. I AM A PHYSICIAN MYSELF ## dear sir, in a lay man language this combination is a potent substitute for serretiopeptidase indications....its is catalyst in nature.and can be given along with an analgesic to relieve trauma pains swellings and injuries...etc..this is as per the information given to me by a consultant physician and an orthopeadic consultant .kindly take second opinion to ensure..thnx ## Is Invilin forte cause burning sensation in stomach? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Pain Relief.
Thu, Jan 02 '14, 1:05 AM
what is the role of diperzyme in osf
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I am suffering from osf with an inflammatory leison. I was prescribed disperzyme plus tablets for the inflammation. Can I take this one? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Mar 04 '16, 11:49 PM
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i want some article related to phlogam tablet, used in postoperative odema controle in oral and maxillofacial surgery. ## Ya there is a tablet same formula of phlogam with the dispersable form DISPERZYME CD, IN 50 ML water with in 50 seconds it will disperz and each granial is entry coated ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 6:14 AM
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My dentist just gave me teva-naproxen but it's not effiecient. Last time, he gave me something else but I don't remember the name... It was a really small white coated pill with a black inscription on it. It's not a lot of information but i'ts all I remember. I'm almost sure it was an Anti-inlfammmatory or some kind of painrelievers used by dentist. ## Disperzyme tab. is prescribed by urologist as anti-inflamatory drug but can anyone tell me if it has to be taken before or after meals and how many in a day. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Naproxen.
Tue, Apr 16 '13, 1:54 AM

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