Rumoquin Nf Side Effects


What You Should Know About Rumoquin Nf

Rumoquin Nf is known for people who are seeking relief from the severe and burning pain caused by arthritis. It is made in Mexico and has been spread throughout the country of U.S.A. A increasing number of patients are resorting to Rumoquin to compensate the pain and feel normal again.  They even called it the miracle purple pill because of the amazing job it performs in patient’s painful body.

Although positive effects were seen, many patients still claimed the same Rumoquin Nf side effects. These are the following:

  • Metabolism. Patients experience a change in their metabolism because they noticed that as they took the drug, they gained more weight. This is because taking the drug makes them eat more than usual.
  • Cramps. Patients cited many experiences of legs, feet, wrists and hands cramps as they perform their daily activities. It was found out also that taking such drug along with high blood pressure medicines can make you diuretic, so you need to drink a lot of water but still some do not find this effective and still feel the pain brought by cramps.
  • Shortness of Breath. Some patients claimed that they are experienced breathing problems when they took Rumoquin Nf.

 


Some other Rumoquin Nf side effects are severe headaches, nausea, vomiting, rashes, and dizziness. Watch for this symptoms because your condition might be worsen.

When taking the drug in order to avoid the Rumoquin Nf side effects, make sure that you regularly consult your doctor and have the right dosage. Always feel free to discuss with your doctor any changes in your body. Take note also that once you stop taking the drug, all the pain you previously felt in the past will eventually come back. This is one of the pitfalls of this drug because it tends to lose its effectiveness in the long run.

People who are taking this drug and those who have plans of taking this should also understand that this drug is not 100% natural, that is why they should expect the Rumoquin Nf side effects. The reliability of manufacturers’ claim that the drug is made from natural herbs is certainly unquestionable since it was already proven through laboratory testing that it is not. And if they think they cannot tolerate such side effects, they can always consult their doctors for alternative medicines. In the end, everyone should still be concern with the long run status of their health.


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  1. MM says:

    From: FDA MedWatch [mailto:fda@service.govdelivery.com]
    Sent: Friday, June 01, 2012 11:16 AM
    To: brigittej@cox.net
    Subject: FDA MedWatch – Reumofan Plus: Recall – Undeclared Drug Ingredient

    MedWatch logoMedWatch – The FDA Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program
    Reumofan Plus: Recall – Undeclared Drug Ingredient

    AUDIENCE: Consumer, Health Professional, Emergency Medicine

    ISSUE: FDA is warning consumers that Reumofan Plus, marketed as a natural dietary supplement for pain relief and other serious conditions, contains several active pharmaceutical ingredients not listed on the label that could be harmful. An FDA laboratory analysis of Reumofan Plus found that it contains Diclofenac Sodium, a prescription non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that may cause increased risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke, as well as serious gastrointestinal (GI) adverse events including bleeding, ulceration, and fatal perforation (causing a hole) of the stomach and intestines, and Methocarbamol, a prescription muscle relaxant that can cause sedation, dizziness, low blood pressure, and impair mental or physical abilities to perform tasks such as driving a motor vehicle or operating machinery.

    The Mexican Ministry of Health discovered that at least one lot of the product contains the corticosteroid dexamethasone, a drug that acts as an anti-inflammatory and immune system suppressant.

    FDA has received multiple reports of adverse events associated with the use of Reumofan Plus, including liver injury, sudden worsening of glucose control, weight gain, swelling, leg cramps, and adrenal suppression.

    BACKGROUND: Reumofan Plus is marketed as a natural dietary supplement for pain relief. Reumofan Plus is labeled in Spanish and promoted for treating arthritis, muscle pain, osteoporosis, bone cancer, and other conditions. The product is manufactured in Mexico by Riger Naturals and sold in some retail outlets, at flea markets, and on various internet sites. FDA has worked closely with the Mexican government on this matter. The Mexican Ministry of Health has issued a health warning to the public and ordered Riger Naturals to recall the product.

    RECOMMENDATION: Consumers who are currently taking or who recently stopped taking Reumofan Plus are urged to consult a healthcare professional immediately. Health care professionals are urged to ask their patients about use of Reumofan Plus and other products marketed as dietary supplements when patients present with unexplained symptoms that suggest NSAID toxicity, depression, or the use or abrupt discontinuation of corticosteroids. Additionally, health care professionals should evaluate patients who have used Reumofan Plus for drug and disease interactions involving diclofenac, methocarbamol, and corticosteroids, and consider whether a corticosteroid taper regimen may be appropriate in those who have used Reumofan Plus.

    Healthcare professionals and patients are encouraged to report adverse events or side effects related to the use of these products to the FDA’s MedWatch Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program:

    Complete and submit the report Online: http://www.fda.gov/MedWatch/report.htm
    Download form or call 1-800-332-1088 to request a reporting form, then complete and return to the address on the pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-0178

    Read the MedWatch safety alert, including a link to the FDA News Release, at:

    ... on July June 5th, 2012
  2. Ellen Revel says:

    All I know is that until I began taking Rumoquin NF I had lost the ability to use my right hand due to severe pain and weakness. At first I used Rumoquin daily (2x) but then eased to 1x daily and now find that I can control the pain and weakness by taking Rumoquin NF as needed. It’s true about it being an appetite stimulant so filling up with water helps control weight gain. As with anything, it pays to be wise but I was not able to function so sometimes the risks outweigh the side effects.

    ... on July June 27th, 2012
  3. priscilla says:

    I been using this med for about two years and do not have any side effect. I use to use braces on my hands due to server carpal tunnel 24/7 havent used them for 2 years. I take 2 pills a week and sometimes go 3-4 weeks without it. It has worked very well for me. My aunt also suffers of artheritis in her knees and back before this med she was taking vikoden 4x a day ever since she started rumoquin she can walk without a walker.

    ... on July August 24th, 2012
  4. CHRISTI LANDIN says:

    PLEASE HELP ME BY LETTING ME KNOW WHERE I CAN ORDER RUMOQUIN N-F

    ... on July August 4th, 2013
  5. Carla says:

    Where I am I able to purchase Rumoquin NF. I live in Ohio, US. Went on line to search for online purchase sites but did not find any that sold Rumoquin NF. Thank you

    ... on July August 26th, 2013
  6. Emme says:

    All i know is that i can finally exercise again!!! Zumba, look-out!!!!

    ... on July March 5th, 2014
  7. Name says:

    I call it “My spree pill”, it’s the best. I’ve been taking it for a while now; whenever I clean my house. (deep clean) my back and legs hurt but, taking this pill the night before I wake up in the morning with no pain. I also have knee problems and taking this pill makes it worth while. I buy them in Algodones Mexico, since its easier for me to travel living in Arizona.

    ... on July March 25th, 2014

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