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Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac

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Uses of Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac

Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac is helpful as a pain reliever. It is used to relieve pain and inflammation in conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and osteoarthritis. Additionally, it may be used to relieve fever, toothaches, ear and throat pain, back pain, and muscular pain.

Side effects of Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac

Nausea Vomiting Heartburn Indigestion diarrhoea Loss of appetite Stomach pain

How Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac works

Bromelain + Trypsin comes into the proteolytic enzyme anti-inflammatory category. It acts by breaking down chemical messengers associated with pain and inflammation (redness and swelling). Rutoside comes into the flavonoid antioxidant category. It prevents further swelling and damage to the body from harmful chemicals (free radicals). Diclofenac comes into the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication (NSAID) category. It acts by inhibiting the release of chemical messengers in the brain that cause pain and inflammation (redness and swelling).

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Expert Advice

Doctors recommend that you take Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac to relieve pain and inflammation caused by trauma, surgery, or daily activities. This medication may also be used to reduce inflammation in rheumatic and degenerative disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Take this medication with plenty of fluids, 1 hour before or two hours after a meal, with a glass of water. This medication may worsen your symptoms at the start of therapy. Following your doctor's recommendation, keep taking this medication. Your stool's colour, thickness, and smell may change if you take this medication. It's completely safe. If you find that this is causing you pain, you should consult your doctor. Consult your doctor if you are suffering from liver disease, kidney disease, or difficulties with your blood clotting mechanism. If you're taking this medication, you should avoid alcoholic beverages because they can cause you to be drowsy and have stomach problems. You should notify your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or already breastfeeding.

Frequently asked questions

No, it is not safe to take this medication while pregnant because there is clear evidence that the drug causes a risk to the growing fetus. However, Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac is used in pregnancy only if the doctor determines its benefits and minimises the risks.

Within 2 to 3 hours, you must be able to experience the benefit of this medication.

No, you must consult your doctor before using this medication during breastfeeding. There is no evidence to suggest that Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac is absorbed into breast milk.

Yes, it's likely safe to take this medication in kidney disease patients. No modification to the dosage is recommended. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.

Yes, it's likely safe to take Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac in liver disease patients. No modification to the dosage is recommended. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.

Do not use Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac if you have an allergic reaction (hypersensitivity) to any of its components. We recommend that you consult a doctor as soon as possible.

No, please do not stop taking this medication without first consulting your doctor. There is a chance that symptoms may return if this medication is suddenly stopped.

No, this medication is unlikely to affect fertility in either men or women. However, there is currently insufficient evidence to justify any clear conclusion. Consult your doctor for the most accurate information.

No, avoid consuming alcohol while taking Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac because it can increase the risk of negative effects.

Yes, using this medication can cause you to feel nausea and vomiting. If you vomit, take drinking water or other liquids continuously in small quantities. If you observe symptoms of dehydration, such as persistent vomiting, dark urine with a strong odour, or infrequent urination, consult with your doctor. Without first consulting a doctor, avoid taking any additional medications.

It is not recommended to use any painkillers (like aspirin), anti-coagulant (like warfarin), anti-depressant (like duloxetine, lithium), or antibiotics (like chloramphenicol). Before using any prescription or over-the-counter medications, you must consult with your doctor.

Yes, Trypsin + Bromelain + Rutoside + Diclofenac may cause sleepiness. While using this medication, it is recommended that you should not drive or operate heavy machinery. It is suggested to relax until you feel better if you are experiencing sleep or dizziness.

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