What is beserol for

What do i use beserol for?
Asked Jan 06, 2010
Beserol is part muscle relaxant, part paracetamol. Used to treat body aches, sprains. Side effects for people allergic to the muscle relaxant part (me included) include painful, swollen mouths or faces. Hope that helps!

Source: http://www.prescriptiondrug-info.com/threads/beserol-S146305.htm
Answered Jan 07, 2010
My doctor prescribed beserol for my chest pain for two weeks, not ling after I realize something was wrong with my eye sight. It was because of the medication,yes it was beserol. Then I started to experience dizziness, please anyone taking this medication stop consult you doctor. It relax the muscle, it takes away the pain but it have dangerous side effects . Marlene
Trinidad and Tobago.
Answered Jan 12, 2013
Hi yesterday I damaged my neck due to my cervical ribs, and the doctors at the hosp prescribed beserol. after reading about it, I saw that the WHO recalled it due to the side effects. I am in a lot of pain, but I wonder if the Pharm board of trini and tobago have any restrictions re this...
Answered Oct 08, 2013
Edited Oct 08, 2013

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