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Updated 9 years ago.
Sun, Dec 30 '07, 8:30 AM
Epry Eperisone Hyderochlorid 50 Mg
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i had terrible backace pain on the sides of my back. my doctor has given the flwg medicine 1. tab Epry50 1-1-1 for 10 days 2. tab Torvin 100 - 1-1-1 for 10 days 3. tab Powercal - 1-0-0 4.Mashyne sachet - once a week after taking above medicine i got slight fever. Are these painkillers? ...
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Tue, Jun 05 '12, 4:52 PM
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what is this medicine ude for ## Did you mean Eperisone? It is an antispasmodic, that is used to treat several different medical conditions, including Cerebral Palsy and Spinal Vascular Diseases. Side effects may include: nausea, rash, headache and abdominal pain. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## what is perisone for it is injected ...
Updated 5 years ago in Antispasmodic.
Fri, Aug 10 '12, 2:28 PM
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presentation about myonal ## Myonal, unavailable in the US, is an antispasmodic drug containing the active ingredient Eperison. Some of the most common side effects include: rash, drowsiness, headache and nausea. Eperisone Click Here ## There's more to that, espcially if your Myelin Sheath are very thin, or if you are a senior citizen with low cholesterol levels; or has poor liver function, this drug can cause Parkinson's Disease. Local physical theraphy like Physical theraphy is more advisable than systemic Drugs. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Antispasmodic.
Sun, May 03 '09, 4:30 AM
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I had hip replacement surgery on 7-2 and had to inject Lovenox into my stomach for 28 days following. I had a huge post op bruise on my knee that would not heal the whole time I was injecting this drug. It is now 8-14 and a small part of it still remains. I also was bothered with hemorroids before my surgery, but not all the time and not bad. Could these injections have made them worse, bleeding and swollen etc., as they are really painful and bothering me now as they were the whole month. ## Lovenox is a blood thinner, so yes, it will take longer for bruises to heal and since hemmoroids are prone to irritation and bleeding, they can do so even more during and for awhile after, the use of this drug. ## what dosage of eperisone HCL would I take.I have lumbar scoliosis & fibrocystic b... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lovenox.
Tue, Mar 22 '11, 7:50 PM

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