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On doctors prescription I take ranx500 morning and evening. I suffer gas problems. Has this medicene has any connection with my intestinal gas problems. ## Ranx contains the active ingredient Ranolzaine and is commonly used to treat Angina. I can't say with any certainty that your symptoms are caused by this medication, but as side effects, it can cause: nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and constipation. Have you spoken to your doctor about this? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Chest Pain (Angina).
Fri, Aug 27 '10, 3:40 PM
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I AM USING THE DRUG FOR THE PAST 6 MONTHS 6 DAYS NOW. I AM FEELING HIGHEST GASTRIC PROBLEM. IT HAS MADE ME NOT TO SIT IN THE COMMUNITY/GENTRY. I AM TAKING THE FOLLOWING MORE MEDICINES: 1. GLYCOMAT SR 1 GRM 1 BD 2. GLUCOBAY 50 MG 1 TAB WITH BF 3. RAZO D 1 CAP WITH BF 4. PROLOMET XL 100MG AFTER BF 5. TAB SORBITRATE 10 MG 1 TAB TDS. 6. TAB AMIFRU 40 1 TAB @ 7 AM 7. TAB RANX 500 AT 7 AM & 8.00 PM 8. TAB PROLOMAT XL 50 MG @ 8.PM 9. TAB DIPLAT 75 MG @ 8 PM 10. TAB ROSUVAS 20 @ 8.00 PM 11.Inj Humalog 14/18/18 units @ BF/L/D respectively 12. Inj. Lentus 38 u at 10.00 pm KINDLY INFORM ME WHAT TO DO OR WHICH WOULD BE THE BEST MEDICINE FOR BAD ORDER SMEL OF GASTRIC PROBLEM. ## Have you consulted your doctor? From this list of medications, it appears that you are suffering from several health p... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Sorbitrate.
Wed, Sep 28 '11, 2:06 PM


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