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Acenac P for pain caused by lip boils - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
User :   actually i have got a kind of pimple or boil wateva u say on my lower lip
User :   and a portion of my lower lip is swollen and paining
Doctor :   Ok

User :   can u suggest anything regarding this?
Doctor :   Since when is the pain
Doctor :   and swelling from?
User :   since yest
Doctor :   Is it first time
User :   and swelling also from yest
Doctor :   What is your age
User :   yes first time
User :   23
Doctor :   You can put Neospirin Ointment
Doctor :   over it
User :   and any antibiotics or anything to reduce the swelling and pain
User :   ?
Doctor :   You can take Acenac P for pain
Doctor :   tablet after food
Doctor :   Twice a day
Doctor :   What is the size of it
User :   it wont have any side effects right?
Doctor :   and how many are there?
User :   looks like a mosquito bite
User :   only one
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   No side effects with just two tablets
User :   acenac P how many mgs?
User :   or the power of it?
Doctor :   It comes with standard dose
Doctor :   So if you say Acenac P in the medical shop he will not be confused

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