Dolorin Cold Tablet

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1 review for Dolorin Cold Tablet

  1. Diane smythe

    These are the best cold tablets I have ever tried , they give relief straight away .

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      Dolorin Cold Tablet is a medicine that contains ibuprofen and pseudoephedrine as active ingredients. It is used to treat fever, pain, cold, flu, sinusitis and other conditions. It is taken by mouth and comes in 10, 24 or 30 tablet packs.
      Dolorin Cold Tablet works by inhibiting an enzyme that produces substances that cause inflammation, pain, fever and swelling. Some possible side effects of Dolorin Cold Tablet are dryness in mouth, increased heart rate, restlessness or skin rash, wheezing, trouble breathing. The dosage of Dolorin Cold Tablet depends on your age, weight and condition. You should follow the instructions on the label or consult your doctor before taking it.

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Ibuprofen 200 Mg Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride 30 Mg

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