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Prescribed Neurorex, rablet D, myospaz, exzilor after a general check up. Are these safe?

Hi Doctor.. I am from India.. Recently my father has been consulted general physician for general check up and he suggested him to take all the test related to heart , chest , urine .. After getting the reports doctor asked my father to take all the medicines mentioned below atleast for a month: NEUROREX, RABLET D, MYOSPAZ, EXZILOR, URIMAX 0.4mg.. May i know what are all these used for and are these safe for my father s health??
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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You have not mentioned the details of the investigations that your father had undergone. Was there any abnormality in the reports? Does your father suffer from any ailment or did he have any complaints when he went for doctor`s consultation.Various medicines that your father is taking are prescribed for following conditions:
Rablet D - For acidity and gastritis.

Myospaz - A pain killer and muscle relaxant

Exzilor - Antidepressant and antianxiety

Urimax - For prostate problems

Neurorex - Probably it`s a vit B12 supplement as it`s a brand name and i`m not sure about it`s composition. You may ask your chemist.

You may consult your doctor and discuss with him if your father needs these medicines.

Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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