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Anyone know what these are for? Maker: Zenlabs Package says: Tramadol & Paracetamol Tablets Tramadol Hcl BP 50mg. Paracetamol IP 500mg. Excipients q.s. ## Tramadol HCL is a prescription muscle relaxer. I don't know about paracetamol. 50mg is a medium sized dose for the tramadol, not enough to abuse. ## Paracetamol is another name for Acetaminophen. This combination of ingredients is used to treat moderate to severe pain, and can go by the name Ultracet. Use caution because this medication is known to be very potent and habit forming. You can read more about Tramadol (the mainly potent ingredient) at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ...

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What Is The Use Of Mahacef 50mg Tablet

A doctor has prescribed the tablet Mahacef 50mg for our child of 3.5 months old. I just want to know the usage of it. ## Mahacef contains the active ingredient Cefixime, it is an antibiotic that is used to treat infections. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I am suffering from Typhoid fever in the ratio 1:160. Is Zenflox plus or mahacef plus tablets are best medicine for Typhoid? Is there any side effects in those tablets? Please suggest me the best medicine for Typhoid fever. ## my husband 's widal report was neg. but they say it can take upto 7 days to detect typhoid. the doc in the meantime is giving him Mahacef.. is this for treatment of typhoid or viral fever? ## i have been fever from th... ...

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