Is Diacerein A Steroid

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diacereina capsules

Glizolan 50mg Madaus SA Barcelona ## I have been prescribed Diacerena capsules but I cannot find out in english what this drug does for os ## Foreign drugs just aren't as strictly regulated as those in the U.S. and it is very hard to find information on them. I can only suggest that you talk to a doctor or pharmacist and see if they can provide you with more information. ## I have just been prescribed Glizolan Diacereina for a knee problem that I have and the description is in Spanish so here goes: Glizolan belongs to a group of medicines with anti-inflamotory and anti-rheumatic properties. It is also used for treatment of Artrosis which is an illness related to cartelege prloblems and lesions and osteoartritis. It does not contain steroids. Do not take Gllizolan i... ...

Is orcerin gm a steroid?

I am adviced by my ortho to take orcerin gm for 2 yrs for my osteoarthritis. Is it safe? Iam already overweight. Will it make me gain more weight? are there any side effects? Is it a steroid? rohvg ## Orcerin-GM contains Diacerein, Glucosamine and Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). The only actual medication in this is the Diacerein, the other two products are supplements that are believed to help with joint pain and mobility. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness and diarrhea. As to any effect on your weight, I am sorry, but the information we have on this is very limited. Have you asked your doctor? ## i am 59 and Dr.has prescribed orcerin gm 2tab daily for forty days for my left knee joint pain . pl advice me whether it has any side effects will it cure my disease permanantel... ...

Updated in Arthritis

IIs it aspirin based? Is it a Cox-II inhibitor?S ## No, Glizolan is not Aspirin based. Diacereina is reportedly the active ingredient of Glizolan. This medication belongs to a group of medicines with anti-inflamotory and anti-rheumatic properties. It is also used for treatment of Artrosis which is an illness related to cartelege prloblems and lesions and osteoartritis. It does not contain steroids. It works by inhibiting interleukin-1. You can read more on Diacerein in the link below (although information seems to be scarce for this medication because it is foreign "manufactured outside the US"): Hope this helps! ...

Updated in Aspirin
About Nofymag Capsule

i am taking medicines for my hip joint pain i want to know wat exactly these medicnes for and whether they contain steriod. orcerin gm twice daily gemcal ds once daily NOFYMAG BEFORE FOOD TWICE DALY INDOCAP AFTER BREAKFAST LOFECAM SR AT BED TIME .CAN U LET ME KNOW WAT THEY ARE ## Orcerin GM is reported to contain the active ingredient Diacerein, which is prescribed for osteoarthritis and chronic inflammatory arthritis. While it is an anti-inflammatory drug, I could not confirm that it is a steroid. Possible side effects may include nausea, stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and urine which is extremely yellow. Gemcal DS is a vitamin supplement reported to contain Calcium Carbonate 1250 mg + Calcitriol 0.25 mcg, typically prescribed for osteoporosis. Nofymag reportedly contains Adenosine ... ...

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