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Neo Relax mr tablet in lactation
I have been advised to take neorelax mr tablet for my lower back pain, I am currently breastfeeding. Can i take this medicine? If i take, how long should I avoid breastfeeding?
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Muscle relaxing medicines should be avoided  by breast feeding mothers. You may take paracetamol 250mg tab for pain relief.
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Take dolo 650 and gel
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The combination of the Neorelax tablet is Thiocolchicoside (4mg)+ Aceclofenac (100mg)+ Paracetamol (325mg), which should be avoided at breastfeeding time
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U can try naproxen/ ibuprofen for better results along
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Wax bath Physio + hot water fomentation + spays works well along with naproxen in most of my lactating patients
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No stop that Take aceforce mr
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Stop that medicine.. breastfeeding should not be avoided
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You should avoid this medication while breastfeeding. Instead of medications try to focus more on physiotherapy while breastfeeding.
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