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I am suffering from ankylosing spondylities with peripheral arthritis, and am prescribed with Saaz DS, Etoshine 60,Folitrax 7.5, Folvite 5mg,Defcort 6mg, Omez 20mg & Osteokit.I want to know that are the medicines right for my treatment & are there any side effects particularly with Etoshine 60 in the long run? ## I am suffering from Ankylosing Spodylitis with Peripherial Artharitis for the last 6 months. I am prescribed with Saaz DS tobe taken 1**0**1/2, Defcort 6mg 1**0**1/2(to be reduced to 1/2 & then nil), Etoshine60 1 daily, Aosteokit 1daily,Omez 1 daily, Folitrax 7.5 one on Sat & Sun, Folvite 5mg daily except Sat & Sun. Please let me know, for how long period should i take these medicines for my desease, whether the desease is curable, side effects & prevent... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Etoshine.
Sun, Aug 12 '12, 8:14 AM
etoshine 60mg side effect
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i want to know ## Etoshine contains the active ingredient Etoricoxib, this is a COX-2 Selective Inhibitor, used to treat pain and inflammation. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Are there any questions or comments? ## I am suffering from psoriasis(val.) for the last 16 years. It comes and goes frequently and is followed by arthritis. I am on homeopathic medicines but the Doctor has advised me to take Etoshine 60 in case of acute pain. I was a habitual drinker and used to take about 180 ml. daily but for the last 6-7 years I take drinks once a week. All my reports are normal except uric acid which is slightly on the higher side for which I take febustat 40 almost daily. We have a family history of gout/arthritis which affected me for th... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Etoshine.
Tue, Apr 15 '14, 8:29 AM
maxgalin m 50 side effect plus ultracet, vitamin d-3, etoshine 90, myotop 450
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i have scitica . my doctor has advised n me following medicines. i have been taking medicines for 8 days but for last 2 days i have felt breathlessness . kindly advise if any of the following medicines side effects are breathhlessness (shortness of breath). 1) mexgalim 50 mg 2) ultracet 3) D-3 must 60 k 4) Etoshine 90 mg 5) myotop 450 These are in addition to heart condition, diabetes, and hot water fomentation. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ultracet.
Fri, Jun 20 '14, 12:41 AM
rantac 150
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i have been given this medicine for cramps alongwith monocef and etoshine 60 ## Rantac contains the active ingredient Ranitidine, it is used to help lessen the amount of acid produced by your stomach. Side effects may include: nausea, constipation and vomiting. Read more: It's not going to do much for cramps, unless it is caused by excess stomach acid production. Etoshine contains the active ingredient Etoricoxib, this is a COX-2 Selective Inhibitor, used to treat pain and inflammation. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Monocef contains the active ingredient Cephradine, this is an antibiotic, used to treat various types of infections. Some common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. You can read... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Etoshine.
Sun, Jul 20 '14, 4:36 AM
Psoriatic arthritis.
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I am suffering from psoriasis(val.) since 1996 and take Etoshine 60 in case of psoriatic arthritis attack daily, and twice in case of severe inflamation and joint pains. Isit safe for me to take zerodol as I fear it may trigger my psoriasis. ## Hello, Anand! How are you? No, you can't mix the two medications, they are both very similar and mixing them could cause health problems. Which one has your doctor advised you to take? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Etoshine.
Thu, Dec 19 '13, 5:12 PM
lupirtin prescription inquiry
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My mother is 60 yr old having severe joint and muscle pain. She has also troubled by gas and inflammation at the bottom of her feet. Dr prescribed her five medicines Protera-I, Calcicum, Pari CR 12.5 & Etoshine90. But after taking 3-4 dose her face got swelled, feeling much weight of her body. When I contacted Dr. he asked to stop Etoshine and prescribed Lupirtin SR. The situation now become more serious that her entire body get swelled and she is feeling much heavier than before and drowsiness. I am afraid of contacting doctor. Plz guide me and reply me urgently over e-mail at {edited for privacy} ...
Updated 3 years ago in Etoshine.
Sat, Dec 14 '13, 3:50 AM

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