Zerodol Sp Tablet 10

Ipca Laboratories Pvt Ltd.

Pack of 10 Units

MRP ₹130.10


₹13.01 / Unit

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About Zerodol-SP Tablet

Zerodol-SP Tablet is a medicine used to relieve pain, inflammation, and swelling in conditions affecting the muscles, joints, and bones. It is commonly prescribed for arthritis, spondylitis, and sports injuries. The dosage and duration of management should be determined by your doctor based on your specific condition.

This medicine contains three active ingredients that work together to provide relief. It is important to note that Zerodol-SP Tablet should be taken as directed by your doctor. It is usually recommended to take it with a glass of water, with or after food, in order to avoid stomach problems.

Remember to inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, breastfeeding, or have a detailed medical history before using Zerodol-SP Tablet. It's also essential to follow the prescribed dosage and not exceed the recommended daily dose.

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