Chondrosulf® - Definition


Chondroitin sodic sulfate is a molecule notably commercialized under the name Chondrosulf®, in the form of capsules or pellets that are diluted in water, the goal of which to relieve joint pains of the hip and knee that may evolve into osteoarthritis. Usually this drug is taken three times per day, with meals. It is not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women, as it has not been proven innocuous for fetuses. The principal side effects are cutaneous eruptions and digestive troubles.
Published by Jeff. Latest update on October 29, 2013 at 07:16 AM by Jeff.
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