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Is Combiflam safe for infants?

From my wife :-My baby is of 30 days I m having pain in right back and hip from last 7-8 days. And fever from last night. My baby is completely on feed as Dr suggested me combiflam .does it effect ...
 

How safe is frequent intake of Combiflam?

I am 66 years old. I do not suffer from hyper tension or diabetic. I frequently get headache may be twice a week at times. There is no clinical findings. paracetamol does not give me relief but combiflam ...
 

Sinusitis, severe headache, combiflam. Cure?

I have been suffering from sinusitis and associated severe head aches , the frequency being once a week and I depend on pain killers like combiflam . Can u please suggest a cure? ...
 

How long does the combiflam effect last?

how long does the combiflam effect last for an 21 years male ...
 

Does Combiflam harm the fetus during pregnancy?

Hi I was 5 weeks pregnant when I had 1 combiflam for body ache . I didn't knew I was pregnant that time. Will it harm my baby? ...
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Is combiflam suspension effective for fever?

, for first 2days,then started with combiflam suspension & T-Minic syrup. His body is still warm. But he is active..Is combiflam suspension safe for him? ...
 

What are side effects of combiflam?

I take Combiflam tablets every other day due to headache. I have very frequent needle-like pain on the left-side of my stomach these days. Is it somewhere related to excessive combiflam consumption? My ...
 

What are the side effects of combiflam ?

i had taken more than 100 tablets of combiflam.i want to know its side effect.. ...
 

Are there any side effects of taking combiflam?

. have been taking combiflam thrice a daay for almost three weeks. now have started my regular period kind of inspite of breast feeding. wondering why and if its because of excessive use of combiflam? ...
 

Will Combiflam affect my unborn baby?

Ive been suffering from a stiff neck for the past couple of days and took 2 tablets of mobizox on Sunday, followed by a combiflam...yest also i took a combiflam for the pain...I am weeks pregnant ...
 

Will taking Combiflame effect my pregnancy?

I accidently took combiflame(ibrufen+paracetamol) ,as it resembles my calcium tablet,the taste made me realise that it was wrong medicine i took,then within seconds i tried to vomit it out,but am ...
 

Is combiflam effective for redness and swelling in eyes?

hello doctor , i m having swelling, redness and pain in my one eye. My doctor suggest me 2 take gudcef cv 200 along with combiflam..but i m having the history of liver jaundice very common. plz suggest ...
 

What should be the dosage for combiflam suspension?

a few hrs and again the fever would shoot up. Shall I give combiflam suspension, cos a family doctor had advised me that I can give combiflam suspension instead of meftal (doctors in India generally advise ...
 

Should we give combiflam suspension for fever?

. After every 3 hours, she again has fever. Fever is not more than 100. should we give her combiflam ...
 

Can Ornof tablet and combiflam taken together?

. Can I take combiflam along? Will I encounter problems after taking RCT for my top front tearing teeth? ...
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Can one have combiflame after having whisky
Do avoid any medications after consuming alcoholic beverages. This can over load the liver.
 
What dose of combiflam can cause death ?
Hello Thanks for asking HCM. No such definite dose documented anywhere of combiflam to cause death. Usually it is more than 15 gram daily which may cause liver failure. But if the patient has underlying liver disease and alcoholic then much lesser dose can cause such derangement. Thank you.
 
I have a headache and fever.. Can you suggest
Tab combiflam 500mg stat
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