Daflon

What is Daflon?

Daflon is a micronized purified flavonoid fraction containing 90% diosmin and 10% other flavonoids expressed as hesperidin.

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My wife has been recomended to take Daflon 500mg to treat her vericose veins problem. However we note that Daflon tablets contain a delay coating...

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The quantum of elemental iron will be too small to be of any concern.
Especially so if it is minor...

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hi I am 26 years old and when I use the toilet blood drops came I consulted a doctor and it told me that i got minor fissure can u suggest me a...

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The mordern ALLOPHATIC system is failure these days in case of Anal fissure and piles mass. either you do surgery the chance of reoccurence is...

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I am suffering from pelvic pain on both sides one after the other, or sometimes both sides at the same time. I went to my OB and they found large...

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Hello.When a woman with sexual activity in the last months has chronic pelvic pain and the ultrasound is normal, a diagnosis to consider is pelvic...

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Hi... I've had a burning anus for over a week. I recently had surgery to remove a tumor in my sigmoid colon, diagnosis colon cancer, and I did my...

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Hi, My wife is 6 weeks pregnant now. 2 weeks back she had health check-up and found that a very low hemoglobin in the blood around 5. And iron, b12...

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I am suffering from pelvic pain on both sides one after the other, or sometimes both sides at the same time. I went to my OB and they found large...

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My wife has been recomended to take Daflon 500mg to treat her vericose veins problem. However we note that Daflon tablets contain a delay coating...

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