Substitute For Disperzyme Tablet

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Disperzyme is substitute of chymoral forte

Plz Do tell me chymoral forte may be a substitute of disperzyme? ## want to know if Chymoral Forte is a substitute to Disperzyme ...

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Disperzyme Tab

Is disperzyme tablets recommended in case of sufferring from cold and dry cough? Any side effects? Is there any cheaper substitute of this? ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only information I was able to locate on Disperzyme is that it is manufactured in Germany by a company called Mucos. You can view their website in the link below (however it is in German and very hard to navigate if you don't know the language): Other than spending hours translating words off that webpage, the only other thing I can sug... ...

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salts in enzomac tablet

what substitute drug can i take instead of enzomac tablet as it is not available in kashmir ## I'm sorry, but I can't find anything that lists the active ingredients in Enzomac, the few sites I have found that list do not say what it is for, nor what it contains. Do you have any other information on it? Have you tried asking your doctor or chemist for alternatives? ## The contents of enzomac seems to be Trypsin,Bromelain,Rutoside. You can consult the doctor for a similar content tablet called Disperzyme. I do not know the exact composition of Enzomac, so please cross check with Doctor for sure. ## take pineapple daily and any other digestive such as unienzyme etc. ## YES DEAR THERE ARE ALSO MANY BRANDS LIKE ENZOMAC IN KASHMIR VALLEY.MY SUGGESTION IS TO YOU THAT YOU TAKE TOPZYME ... ...

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Trypsin Bromelain With Rutoside Trihydrate Tablet

I HAVE BEEN PRESCRIBED DISPERZYME FOR SYMPTOMS OF DYSURIA & STERILE PYURIA BY A UROLOGIST. wHAT IS THE SPECIFIC MODE OF ACTION OF THE INGEDIENTS, I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. I AM A PHYSICIAN MYSELF ## dear sir, in a lay man language this combination is a potent substitute for serretiopeptidase indications....its is catalyst in nature.and can be given along with an analgesic to relieve trauma pains swellings and injuries...etc..this is as per the information given to me by a consultant physician and an orthopeadic consultant .kindly take second opinion to ensure..thnx ## Is Invilin forte cause burning sensation in stomach? ...

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