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D-Tab - Hello, my 59.yo dad has kidney stone and he often complains of severe pain in the?

Posted 28 Oct 2016 by Ade7 0 answers

... flanks..probably the stone passing. His doctor prescribe cataflam for the pain. I'm a medical student and i understand that Contiflo (Tamsulosin) is better for relieving this type of pain and passing out the stone, he also suffer from 2nd degree hypertension, and he his taking ...

Cataflam, contains aspirine?

Posted 15 Aug 2011 by Mili Mon 1 answer

My mother has ostheoartritis and her fingers has inflamation and hursts. She is allergic to aspirine.

Why did my Gynae prescribe Cataflam for my pelvic Girdle Pain?

Posted 3 May 2012 by A_na83 1 answer

I'm 29 weeks pregnant and suffered from serious pelvic girdle pain. My Gynae gave me Cataflam to be taken 3 times a day for 2 days. Will it harm the baby? I'm also taking it as and when the pain is unbearable.

I am on DIFNAL 25 X 2 Tablets, I have drug allergy with Septrin. Can I shift to Cataflam 50 ?

Posted 1 Jan 2011 by richthk 1 answer

I am taking Glipizide 5mg tab, Melfomin 250mg, Simvastatin 20 mg,calcium & vitamin D tab, Enalapril Maleate 5mg. I having pain from right low back down to foot angle when walking for 2 weeks, even taken the Difnal 25 for 5 days plus one injection.

What is the maximum daily dosage of CATAFLAM 50?

Posted 5 May 2010 by Gilbert B 1 answer

I am suffering from TMJ.

I have prescribed the following medication for Inflammation of the shoulder and arm?

Posted 21 Mar 2010 by Hannetjie 1 answer

Cataflam D 1 tablet 3 times a day Panafcort 5 mg 6 tablets as one dose once a day Trepiline 10 mg once a day at 18:00 Is this a safe combination to take. I am concerned about the Trepiline as I am not depressed I have just been working long hours in-front of the computer 32 hrs overtime in 5 ...

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