Roxonin Loxoprofen Sodium 60 Mg Tablets Side Effects

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roxonin loxoprofen sodium 60 mg tablets side effects
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I am suffering from frozen shoulder for the last couple of months.even 25 sittings of physiotherapy did not bear any tangible result. My son from KSA brought with him Roxonin 60mg. Today I took one tablet and feeling much better as regards pain all over the body needless to say about frozen shoulder.thanks Roxonin. ## Hello, Nisar! How are you feeling? The Loxoprofen in this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, which is used to treat pain, fever and swelling. However, it can cause some side effects, such as nausea, headache and stomach irritation. Plus, if you take too much, it could cause liver damage or liver failure, so please be cautious. Learn more Loxoprofen details here. And please make sure to inform your doctor that you're taking it, so they can be certain that it's saf... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Anti-Inflammatory.
Tue, Aug 15 '17, 3:24 AM
Roxonin 60 mg tablets
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it is given for leg pain with the composition of DAFLON 500 mg. I need the details about the two tablets and their side effects ## I NEED TO SUBSCRIB ## I can only find a medication listed under the name Loxonin, which contains the active ingredient Loxoprofen, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to treat pain, swelling and fever. Common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. ## Daflon is a mediation that is used to aid in circulation. Common side effects, from what I can find, can include: nausea, drowsiness and depression. Did you have any other questions? ## What are the side effects of roxonin tablets that means loxoprofen sodium ## roxonin loxoprofen na 60mg the first prodrug of propionc acid family inactive form in stomach and aciva... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Anti-Inflammatory.
Sun, Jun 19 '16, 5:15 AM

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