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Unbearable period pain
I'm on my first day of my period. To deal with my abdomen cramps and diarrhoea, I have taken one emeset(to avoid vomitting) and two cyclopam (one in the morning and one in the afternoon). The pain is still unbearable. What should I do?
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Meftal, if not then Im/iv injectable
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Taking limcee 500 mg chewable everyday through the month minimises pain during periods. Take tablet mental spas three times that once in every 8 hrs.maintain proper hydration.take walyte p (ors)morning and evening evening. Get your hb checked.
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Take meftal spas OD for pain Use warm water bag
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Take meftal spas
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Take Meftal spas DS stat and SOS.
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Please take tab. Hyocimax MF for pain
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