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How long after stopping Duvadilan can labor begin? ...
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Mon, Dec 05 '11, 10:29 PM
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halters uterine contractions ## can men take duvadilan? ## what are the side effect and adverse effect of duvadilan? ## Duvadilan is a name brand for a drug containing the active ingredient Isoxsuprine. ## DUVADILAN-MECHANISM OF ACTION, DOSAGE,SIDEEFFECTS. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Isoxsuprine.
Thu, Dec 10 '09, 9:14 AM
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Hi i am so worried now because my doctor gave me before a duvadilan 500mg. I took it 2 times a day for 5 days.. i think it was a high dosage for me.. i am just so worried because when i met her today i asked her about the medicine duvadilan and the mg she gave and she was sorry because she thought she gave me a 10mg only.. i was 28 weeks pregnant when i took that med.. and now i am 33 wks pregnant.. i wonder why she say sorry.. was there a side effect on that for my baby? Please help me. Thank you ...
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Fri, Jan 24 '14, 9:28 AM
Duvadilan tablet
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It is colored white tablet and circular in shape taken by a pregnant woman in threathened premature labor. Find it's generic name, classifications, dosage, frequency, uses, indications, contraindications, mechanism of actions, side effects, nursing responsibilities. ## nursing student ## Ah, homework? Duvadilan contains Isoxsuprine, it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus. It is not available in the US. That said, this is all the information I can find on it. Does anyone else have more info? ## what is the action mechanism of duvadilan, brand name, generic name, classification, dosage , route, frequency. desired effect, contraindications and cautions? ## When I get up in the morning or anytime I feel little cramps in lower abdomen n uterus area, I m... ...
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Sun, Nov 17 '13, 9:51 AM
generic name of duvadilan
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clssifictions, dosage, frequency, uses, indications, contraindications, mechanism of actions, side effects, nursing responsibilities, monitoring parameter ## Duvadilan contains Isoxsuprine, it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus. It is not available in the US. I am sorry, but I do not have any other information on it. Does anyone else have more details? From more information that recently became available, it is listed as also being used for circulatory disorders. Patients should be watched for transient palpitations, sudden fall in blood pressure and dizziness. Anything else you need to know? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Isoxsuprine.
Wed, Jul 28 '10, 12:21 PM
what is the side effect of excess use duvadilan tablet
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what is the side effects of excess use of duvadilan tablets than doctor suggest as in my case doctor told me to take 15 days only but by mistake i took it 30 days pls reply as i am worried a lot ## Unless you raised your dosage, you really didn't take an excess amount, you just took it longer than you were supposed to. Many people take it every day of their lives for years, the only thing it means is that the side effects may last longer, however, it doesn't change what they are. Duvadlan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is a Vasodilator, in some countries it is given to pregnantwomen in premature labor to help relax the uterus, it is also used to help increase cirulation. Some side effects may include: nausea, blood pressure changes and increase heart rate. You ca... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Isoxsuprine.
Wed, Aug 25 '10, 11:47 AM

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