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Prescribed 20 injections of placentrex on alternate days. What are these injections for?

doctor has given me priscription for taking 20 injections of placentrex on alternate days, i am feeling sleepry whole, i am not understand is that because of same,please tell me the function of these injections, its all positive and negitive effects on my body. Thankyou somuch in advance for giving me a detailed answer regarding my question.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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Placentrex is the extract from human placenta, It is believed to be rejuvinating and icrease healing. But till date their is no objective evidence of such an efficacy in any group of patients.

In fact this can lead to allergic reactions and adverse outcomes, I think you are surely getting harm rather than benefitted, plz stop placentrex and put forward your problem again here.
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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