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what type of illness does baralgin 500mg used for ## Baralgin is a non-naroctis pain reliever. It is mainly used for treatment of pain with spasms, from kidney stones, intestinal spasms, and migraines. Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I WANT TO KNOW THE SIDE EFFECTS OF IF ANY OF BARALGIN 500MG ## what is the baralgin drops what type of illness ## does baralgin have any side effects? can you take baralgin if u have fibres? Can you take it with any other medician? can you take it if your emoglobin is low ## does baralgin have any side effects ## side effects of baralgin ## What would happen if I took 3 500mg baralgin tablets at once? ## can I use baraglin to treat diarreh ## can u take baralgin while taking warfarin ## Can I take BARALGI... ...

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Baralgin M 500 mg

At what age can a person take Baralgin M 500 mg? ## Hi Christine, Please correct me if I'm wrong, but to my understanding there aren't any set age requirements for taking prescription or OTC drugs, unless it is confirmed by your doctor/pharmacist or specified on the label of your medication. It was discovered however that Baralgin (Metamizole) carries a small risk of causing agranulocytosis, a potentially fatal condition. Controversy remains regarding the level of risk, but several national medical authorities have banned Metamizole either totally or have restricted it to be available only on prescription, while others have maintained its availability over the counter. Learn More: Metamizole Details That said, it may be in your best interest to try and use a safer or more natura... ...

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