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Severe pain in ankles. Taking e-cod tablets, tryptomer, no relief. Treatment?

hi i have one query I am having severe pain in ankle for last 6 months. I have gone to orthopadic who advised me to take 3 medicines for 2 weeks, one is e-cod tablet,altraday 200mg and third one is tryptomer 25 mg. I am not having relief from either of these tablets. I am bit concerned about what these medicines are for? could you please help me in this regard?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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These tablets are pain killer and tryptomer is for anxiety. You can take second opinion about your ankle pain. It can be a poly arthritis or a wrong foot shape or shoe which is not working in your case,So i would recommend you to decide accordingly.
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