The combination is designed and said to produce effective analgesia with fast onset of action in 15 minutes, as compared to paracetamol, ibuprofen, or aspirin alone”
As far as I remember the TV and online ad of Saridon has adult scenes. However, I read an article online that Saridon is safe to take. I wonder what Department of Health would explain about Saridon.
The last time I ran a 42KM run I felt pain so I took a pain reliever but I didn’t try to take Saridon as a remedy. I had Alaxan instead.
Why? I am so scared of the possible side effects it might cause.
Saridon is prescribed to relieve diferent pains: migraine pain, persistent headache, muscle ache, arthritis pain, backache, dental troubles, common cold and fever.
It also relieves minor arthritis without decreasing the inflammation or swelling of the joints.
Saridon is banned in Sri Lanka, Korea, Malaysia and Turkey. because it has Propyphenazone content.
But it is available in drugstores here in the Philippines.
How hazardous is Propyphenazone? Propyphenazone is derived from pyrazolone and is related to phenazone. It has antipyretic and analgesic properties.
According to some of my friends who is into pharmaceutical field Saridon is accessible to drug stores nationwide.
There are side effects people should know before buting Saridon it includes;
nausea, low fever, vomiting, stomach ache, loss of appetite, dark urine, tarry stool, yellowing of the skin or eyes.
Plus there are allergic reactions, chest pain, difficulty in breathing, swelling of the throat, lips, tongue and face.
As a matter of fact I’ve seen some blogs which has ads of Saridon. It means it is very well promoted here in the Philippines
Saridon is sold at very affordable price here. DOH and Bayer should do something about this.
Saridon, Is it Safe?
Source: Think First before Taking Saridon