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Knee and lower back pain. Prescribed saaz-ds, glevo 500. Side-effects of medication?

I was having knee and lower back pain (and knee swelling ) , initally the Dr. said it could be a Gut infection or urine infection, but the blood and urine test was normal. He has asked me to take Saaz-DS for 10 days 1 tab and then 2tabs a day to continue for a month and then again take a blood test . He has also asked me to take Tab Ace - Proxyvon for a month, and Glevo 500 for 3 weeks . Will these tablets have any side effects?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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I think you need to weigh the side effects of the disease against those of the medicines.
Because arthritis once it affects the joints can lead to complete joint destruction and then medicines don't have any effect and only surgery is an option.
As such these medicines have the usual common side effects like gastritis.
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