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User Voices for Masoprocol

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Masoprocol

Abdominal Discomfort

Stomach pain , bloating, diarhea. IBS


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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Stomach pain, bloating, diarhea. IBS


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Abdominal Distension

Stomach pain, bloating , diarhea. IBS


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Abdominal Pain Upper

Stomach pain , bloating, diarhea. IBS


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Diarrhoea

Stomach pain, bloating, diarhea . IBS


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Blister

I START USEING LACTINEX WHEN I NOTICE A FEVER BLISTER ON MY MOUTH AND IT SEEM TO HELP THEM NOT GET AS BIG AND THEY DRY UP FASTER


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Mouth Ulceration

mouth ulcers


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