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Common uses of Novo Cloidine? Have pins and needles while having sex

Hi i was just wondering I was out of one of my perscriotions and cpi;dnt remember why I was taking it in the firstplace. I am taking novo-cloidine .1mg. Could you tell me the most commone uses for it?
Also I just turned 50 and now when I want to have sex it feels like there is a million pins and needles in there and very uncomfortable? can you help me?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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CLONIDINE IS A CENTRALY ACTING ANTIHYPERTENSIVES.ITS MAINLY USED AS HYPERTENSION OF RENAL DISEASES,IT HAS MANY GOOD EFFECTS.IT ALSO REDUCES ANXIETY.BUT I DONT THINK THAT THE PROBLEM WHAT U R GETING IS NOT DUE TO IT.IT CAN DE DUE TO SOME OTHER PROBLEMS.ITS BETTER TO BE CHECKED BY A GYNAECOLOGISTS.THE PROBLEM IN MEDICAL TERM IS CALLED DYSPAREUNIA.ALSO CALLED PAINFUL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE.
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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