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Mexican drug, supposedly for pain, but ingredients seem like cold medicine. Large pink pill with Aztec indian stamped on it. ## Side of effects from Zolidime ## Zolidime Manufacturer: Collins (Mexico) Active ingredients: Phenylbutazone aspirin dexamethasone Indications: Inflammation; musculoskeletal and joint disorders Phenylbutazone, a pyrazolone derivative, is an NSAID (). However, because of its toxicity it is not used as a general analgesic or antipyretic. Although phenylbutazone is effective in almost all musculoskeletal and joint disorders including ankylosing spondylitis, acute gout, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis, it should only be used in acute conditions where less toxic drugs have failed. Initial oral doses of up to 600 mg daily in divided doses have been used in th... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Aspirin.
Tue, Feb 28 '17, 6:35 PM
Side effects of Zolidime
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If i take what will be the side effects of zolidme and my stomach ## From what I could gather, Zolidime contains the following active ingredients: Aspirin Dexamethasone Phenylbutazone Right off the bat, it is stated in a number of webpages that Aspirin in and of itself can cause stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting as common side effects of the drug. Dexamethasone is not quite so helpful in that regard either, as it can present a host of undesirable gastro-related side effects that essentially can irritate more than just one's stomach. Not even looking into the last ingredient, it becomes apparent to me that this drug displays great risk for any stomach problems and other symptoms that you may or may not be experiencing. Because of this, I strongly encourage you to do your research on... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Aspirin.
Fri, Sep 28 '12, 11:25 PM

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