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    Muscoril & sideeffects
    sarachoi posted:
    I have backache and the doctor prescribed Muscoril 4mg as well as Voltaren. I experienced Dizziness and sometimes irregular heart beat... My doctor appointment is after 1 week only. should i stop taking the medication until then?

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    bj1208 responded:
    HI SaraChoi - welcome to the support group -

    I looked up both meds and even thou they do have side effects (dizziness) the more you take them your body will get used to them and they should subside. The irregular heart beat may be a side effect that you should call the doctor today/tomorrow and let them know - they should direct you on what to do.

    so that we can help you if you would please let us know exactly what is going on with your back. if you have had an MRI/CT Scan and what the written report shows. this way we can better help you.

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