Trapic Mf Tablet Uses

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Are trapic e tablets ok to stop heavy bleeding? If I drink a little alcohol daily, will it disturb the effects of trapic e? I also take hormone tablets. Is it ok? I am 48 years old. Please reply. ## Is trapic MF beneficial for my next cycle? I'm 45yrs old ma ne duphastn tablet b lye aur trapic mf b lakin farq nhi pada kya 2 month ma b khane pade gye aur tablets. ## Indrani, what hormone tablets do you take? They could be the cause of the heavy bleeding, according to NIH reports. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, and headache. How much do you drink daily? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Sat, Feb 25 '17, 10:00 PM
trapic mf
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uses of this tablet and side effect ## Trapic MF contains Tranxemic Acid and Mefanemic Acid, both commonly used to treat severe bleeding and hemmorhage. You can read more here: Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and headache. Did you have any other questions? ## Hello. I usually have a regular period but on the 27th of feb i got my period and up till today on the 31st of march the bleeding hasn't stopped. My sonography report is normal. Please help me. ## I have been under treatment for deep vein thrombosis for the past month and I am taking Rivaroxaban 10 mg tablets twice daily. Lately, I've experienced heavy and severe bleeding associated with my periods. Can I take trapic mf? ...
Updated 27 days ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Sep 19 '17, 5:14 PM


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