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i bought some pills while working in russia , they are capsules, one side is blue and the other side is clear with tiny white capsules in them, they are called ketohan , i cant remember what they are for, can you help please. ## Hi loobilu, Unfortunately, I'm not finding anything whatsoever pertaining to the name Ketohan. I also tried looking up different variations of it's spelling, but nothing has turned up on search engines, other than completely unrelated topics. Are you sure Ketohan is the correct name of this medication? If it's real then it shouldn't be that hard to verify it's existence, let alone what it might be used for. If anyone else happens to recognize this drug, I'd appreciate it if you can share some details about it and where we can find more in... ...
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I bought this cream in Russia what is it? ## Hi Max, Unfortunately I haven't come across any specific details on "Ketohan". However, rumor has it that the English term for this cream actually goes by "Ketonal" instead and perhaps that's why information wasn't turning up in search results: Discuss/Ketohan-245054.htm Apparently the letters just happen to look like "Ketohan" in Russian writing, but this is only based on one other person's opinion in the thread linked above. At any rate, Ketoprofen is reportedly the active ingredient (or generic name rather) for this product called Ketonal. Ketoprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for treating pain and inflammation. Does this sound like a possible match? ...
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