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Shoulder joint pain while moving. X ray concludes muscle tear, prescribed Etodolac & Paracetamol. Right treatment ?

hello, I am experiencing a shoulder joint pain while moving in particular direction say horizontal. So,i consulted an Orthopedic Surgeon , after observing my Xray report , he concluded that its a muscle tear.he given a prescription to have tablets such as Etodolac & Paracetamol tablets (Etova -P-400) and Rablet 20. which among the tablets will help me recover from my shoulder issue.? thank you
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Muscle tear can not be seen in X ray. Only bone injuries can be seen in X ray.
Your doctor must have concluded this diagnosis on the basis of physical examination on you.
He has prescribed Etova P, this is a analgesic (pain killer) and and an anti inflammatory drug.
This type of drug usually causes gastritis.
To prevent gastritis drugs like Rablet 20 is given along with it.
So always take Etova P after having food, never take in empty stomach which may cause ulcer.
Take care
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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