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What Genera Of Drug Is Myospas D
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Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Oct 02 '11, 7:30 PM
what are the side effects
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MYOSPAS FORTE ## Myospaz Forte contains 500mgs of Chlorzoxazone, 500mgs of Paracetamol and 50mgs of Diclofenac, it is a combination medication used to treat pain. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## home remedy fo r myospaz forte if more dosage taken ## I am Pankaj Premi from meerut since one years i went orthopedic doctor he wrote me mayos forte i take this tablate twice daily of doctor advise but after 5 days i feel irritation and and stomach problem so i ask to my personal doctor he avoid me this sudenly .... i saw many red spot on my skin so m not taking this tablate .... please tell me what I do ?...... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Chlorzoxazone.
Wed, Feb 03 '16, 3:09 AM
Sciatica pregator spine problem
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I am a 73 old Indian male generally in good health except repeated episodes of depression and heart bypass surgery 20 yrs ago. Since last three months I am suffering from right leg pain and numbness, initiated and aggravated during morning walk. One doctor diagonosed it to be SCIATICA and kept me on MAGANEURON 2 caps a day for three months but with no relief.Another doctor has prescribed Myospass D wlth delfenac potassium 50 mg and metaxalone 400 mg twice daily for 5 days and Pregator (pregabolin 75mg,methylcobalamin 1500mg,alpha lipolic acid 200mg,folic acid 1.5 mg,and pyridoxine hydrocloride 3mg) twice a day for one month. He feels that it is a mix of sciatica and spine problem. MRI done a few years ago had some problem in s3 and s4. I feel that the medication is too strong for the ai... ...
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Sun, Feb 17 '13, 12:22 AM

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