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what is the generic name, indication and the dosage. ## what is the generic name, indication and the dosage of papase drug?. ## Papase is not a drug, it is a natural digestive enzyme sold as a supplement. It is touted to help with gas, digestion and stomach fullness. I'm sorry, that is all the information I can find on it. Does anyone else know anything? ## PAPASE IS A DRUG. Its main pharmacological action is to reduce severe swollen gums. Other uses are known, but seldomly used compared its main preferance. Known side effects include gastric disorder, trembling (differs from person to person) and uncomfortable. ## Perhaps you should say, its agitation instead of uncomfortable. Anyway, some drug itself is sold as 'papase'. Yes, it is mainly used for reducing swollen gums, su... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Omeprazole.
Wed, May 03 '17, 12:47 AM
what is papase
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hi..i accidentally fell down to the last two steps of the stairs and my right foot was hurt .My ankle begins to swell and its very painful .i seek doctor and he gave me papase tablet i forgot tp asked what is thos for? ## Hello, mhel! How are you? This is a digestive enzyme and they've been shown to sometimes help with swelling and inflammation. The typical side effects, as reported by the U.S. FDA, may include nausea and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Mar 29 '16, 5:27 PM
Reparil vs Papase
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What is the difference between Reparil and Papase tablets? Do these two anti-inflammatory meds have the same mode of action or do they work differently? ...
Updated 3 months ago in Reparil.
Wed, May 31 '17, 2:52 AM


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