Norafit Efervesan Tablet 100 Mg

(1 customer review)

Dosage form

Pack size


100 Mg



Generic Name (Ingredient)

Pregabalin 100 Mg

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1 review for Norafit Efervesan Tablet 100 Mg

  1. Sara

    I would like to inquire about Dulcaryl Efervesan 1/4 Doz 100 Tablet price and if you ship to my country

    • Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Sara, this is WikiKenko,

      Dulcaryl Efervesan Tablet (1/4 DOZ) is a product that contains two synthetic sweeteners: Sodium Cyclamate and Sodium Saccharin. It also contains sodium bicarbonate, tartaric acid, and sodium carboxymethyl cellulose. Dulcaryl (1/4 dose) tablet is a product that can be used to sweeten the food of patients who should not consume sugar.

      We are not sure whether Dulcaryl Efervesan Tablet (1/4 DOZ) requires a prescription or not. It is always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before taking any medication. WikiKenko is a health encyclopedia and does not sell any products. However, you may be able to find Dulcaryl Efervesan Tablet (1/4 DOZ) at a pharmacy or an online retailer.

      As for side effects, some people may experience photosensitivity, sensitivity, soft stool, or diarrhea. If you experience any unwanted side effects, you should report it to the Turkish Pharmacovigilance Center (TÜFAM) of the Ministry of Health.

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