Dan P Tablet contains Diclofenac and Paracetamol. Dan P Tablet is pain-relieving medicine used for relieving headache, body ache, backache, joint pain, and toothache. It also helps in reducing swelling, pain and stiffness in the case of arthritis and spondylitis. It works by reducing the formation of certain chemicals responsible for the sensation of pain, swelling and inflammation. Please discuss with your doctor before taking this medicine, especially if you have liver or kidney problems, blood clotting issues, asthma, any autoimmune disorders or ulcers. Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to any of the components of this medicine, also inform your doctor about all other medicines, over-the-counter products and herbal preparations you are taking before starting with this medicine....
Q: Does Dan P Tablet cause addiction?
A: No, Dan P Tablet is not an addiction causing medicine. However, it should be used as per dose and duration prescribed by your doctor.
Q: Can I take paracetamol with Dan P Tablet?
A: Dan P Tablet contains paracetamol and aceclofenac. Do not take additional paracetamol if your pain is not relieved. Kindly consult your doctor as the doctor may increase the dose or add another medicine based on your medical condition.
Q: Is Dan P Tablet a pain-killer?
A: Yes, Dan P Tablet is a pain killer medicine.
Q: Can Dan P Tablet be used for knee pain?
A: Yes, it can be used for knee joint pain. It helps in relieving the pain and swelling associated with knee joint pain. Knee pain could be due to various reasons such as fracture, ligament tear, tendon rupture or arthritis due to aging. It is advisable to discuss with your doctor if you have any special medical conditions before taking this medicine.
Q: What can I do to reduce the after-effects of Dan P Tablet
To avoid the after-effects, you should always take this medicine with food, in the lowest possible dose and for the shortest duration.
Avoid taking any other OTC products to eliminate any interaction.
Do not take it before any cardiac surgeries and if you have an existing ulcer or a bleeding problem.
If you are planning to take this medicine for a long term, discuss it with your doctor for a safer alternative.