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Have osteoarthritis and tendonitis in shoulder. Prescribed zerodel. They have side effects?

my doctor advised me that I have osteoarthritis and tendonitis in my right shoulder , he gave me 2 injections and prescribed Zerodel P when I asked about side effects of the pills as I have had a number of issues with other pills prescribed for other issues all he said was that all pills had side effects and would not elaborate. Can you assist me??
Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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Hi there,
If i was your doctor i will tell you that zerodel has very few side effects like nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irriatation. it is a good medicine to treat osteoarthritis despite its side effects. you can stop taking it if the side effects start disturbing you. Also always take it with meals to avoid the stomach irritation. hope you wont experience any of the side effects.
Dr. Ammar.
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