Skip to comments.Millions told not to take pills linked to heart attacks and strokes [diclofenac]
Posted on 06/29/2013 4:23:43 AM PDT by expat1000
Doctors have been told to stop prescribing to patients with a heart condition or circulation problems one of the most commonly used anti-inflammatory drugs in the UK .
Britain's drug watchdog said the painkiller diclofenac could significantly increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke for some patients.
Millions of people take the drug for a range of conditions including arthritis, headaches, back pain and gout.
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“It’s a dietary supplement that can help with joint,”
Is there an actual name? I’d hate to be supplementing with mainstream media. It’d probably give me a pain in the posterior.
Of course but living in pain is not really an option. People that do not have chronic pain never seem to understand that.
Thanks very much for the reply. I’ll check with Novartis from time to time.
It’s called Methylsulphonylmethane
Just type in MSM on the internet and you will find all the info you want.
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