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What is the difference between aceclofenac and diclofenac sodium?

please need for drug report

Posted 13 Nov 2012 2 answers

How long can I take Ibuprofen daily for menorrhagia?

I am peri-menopausal and was bleeding heavily every day for over a month. My NP suggested taking 800mg Ibuprofen 3 times daily for 5 days and the bleeding slowed significantly (this is because ...

Posted 13 Mar 2016 0 answers

Is it possible that seasoniqueis the reason for my sudden breast "LUMP". Stressful :(?

I've been using seasonique for 5weeks for my dysmenorrhea problem. .it was 91tablets prescribed by Gynecologist.until i notice the breast lump. I dont have it before. .It just came up all of a ...

Posted 3 Feb 2016 0 answers

A patient complained of violent dysmenorrhea. What could be the cause and solution?

She was adviced to take advil(ibuprofen) together with voltaren(diclofenac 100 mg) 2 to 3days before her period. unfortunately, it does not work for her. during this period she used to feel severe ...

Posted 23 Nov 2012 3 answers

Celebrex & Hematuria (Trace of Blood in Urine)?

Has anyone taking 2 200mgs Celebrex daily had a urinalysis result of hematuria when before taking the Celebrex they did not? Did the hematuria resolve itself when ceasing the daily Celebrex regimen? ...

Posted 28 Sep 2011 2 answers

Can I use indocid for dysmenoria?

Posted 14 Jul 2012 1 answer

Sounds like orzatec for dysmenorrhea?

Posted 16 Nov 2011 1 answer

Mefenamic Acid - Is there any version of MA avilable that does NOT contain colourings?

I have been prescribed MA for my severe, often pre-menstrual period pains, thought to be due to endometriosis. They work well, however I would prefer to take a version that does not contain ...

Posted 29 Dec 2009 1 answer

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