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Knee pain is quite common in the elderly. It is the pain felt in the knee joint while at rest or walking or carrying out day-to-day activities. Most of the times, it is caused due to a damage to the surrounding tissues which happens because of an increased fragility of the tissue structure, as seen in old age. Also, knee pain can result from an injury caused by an accident or overuse of the knee joint. Knee pain can be easily diagnosed by a doctor on the basis of the person’s complete medical history, blood tests, and some radiological tests such as X-rays and ultrasonography. Knee pain can be treated by managing the underlying cause of the pain such as weight reduction in people who are obese along with symptomatic treatment with ice packs and rest. Other treatment options such as physiotherapy and acupuncture may also be recommended to treat knee pain. If knee pain persists despite these treatment modalities, then surgery may be needed. Prognosis of knee pain is quite good, however, if the cause is not diagnosed on time, it can lead to complications such as worsening of the pain or complete damage of the knee joint. The knee joint is important for various physical activities such as walking, running, playing a sport, and also for everyday chores. Hence, it is advisable to immediately consult the doctor to prevent permanent damage to the knee.

  1. What is knee pain
  2. Types of knee pain
  3. Knee pain symptoms
  4. Knee pain causes and risk factors
  5. Prevention of knee pain
  6. Diagnosis of knee pain
  7. Knee pain treatment
  8. Knee pain prognosis and complications
  9. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Knee Pain
  10. Medicines for Knee Pain
  11. Doctors for Knee Pain

What is knee pain

Knee pain is one of the leading causes of restricted mobility mostly seen in the elderly.1 About one-third of the elderly population (> 55 years of age) complains of knee pain due to one reason or the other. Knee pain impairs the day-to-day activities of approximately 50% of the people affected by it. It is more common in females than in males and most times, obesity is the cause in women. Finding out the underlying cause of knee pain is very important as most of the time it is treatable and ignoring the pain can lead to more damage of the joint worsening the pain. Some factors such as obesity exert extreme pressure on the knee joint leading to knee pain. Such factors are modifiable and managing these factors can prevent further pain and damage. Consulting a doctor promptly can help diagnose the underlying cause of knee pain on time. Furthermore, the doctor can advise appropriate treatment for the underlying cause without any delay ensuring a good prognosis.

What Is knee pain?

Knee pain is pain and discomfort felt in the knee joint. The pain can be either acute (lasting less than 15 days) or chronic (lasting a month or more). Usually, knee pain presents as a symptom of an underlying condition or disease, which may be a physical injury, infection, or other medical conditions like rheumatoid arthritis.

Types of knee pain

Knee pain can be divided into three types depending upon the severity of pain and length of time up to which pain can persist. These are:

  • Acute
    A sudden pain can be categorized as acute pain. Generally, this type of pain is sharp and is caused due to an injury. It lasts for less than 15 days.
  • Sub-acute
    This is the type of pain which lasts for over 15 days but less than one month. There is a feeling of severe knee pain and it usually happens after hip or knee ligament surgery.  
  • Chronic
    This can be explained as mild to moderate pain due to an underlying medical condition such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis. This type of pain increases with time if not diagnosed or treated on time. Such pain typically lasts more than a month.

Knee pain symptoms

Knee pain is usually a symptom of an underlying condition. Hence, the symptoms listed below are associated with the underlying conditions responsible for knee pain.

  • Difficulty or pain while walking
    Damage of the tissues around the knee joint can cause pain while walking. Knee pain can also lead to restriction of movement while taking part in day-to-day activities.
  • Redness and tenderness
    Inflammation of the knee joint can cause redness and swelling in the area around the joint. The inflammation can also result in severe pain on touch.
  • Limping
    Limping is usually seen when only one knee is affected. To avoid putting pressure on the affected knee, people with knee pain tend to walk with a limp.
  • Fever
    If the knee pain is due to an infection of the knee joint, fever can be an important symptom. Underlying inflammation can also cause a local increase in the temperature of the affected knee.

Knee pain causes and risk factors

There are many causes and risk factors responsible for the development of knee pain. Most of the causes are modifiable and the remaining ones are treatable. Hence, a complete recovery of knee pain is possible if you follow the instructions advised by your doctor.


Causes of knee pain include:

  • Physical injury
    Physical injury due to a road accident or vigorous exercise can lead to the damage of the soft tissue surrounding the knee joint or can cause injury to the bony structure. Such injuries can cause knee pain. In athletes, tear of the cushion supporting the knee joint, also known as a meniscal tear, is one of the common causes of knee pain.
  • Infection
    Infection of the knee joint can also cause knee pain.
  • Baker’s cyst
    A certain amount of fluid is normally present in the knee joint. This fluid is known as the synovial fluid, which helps to avoid friction and provides easy movement of the joint. Sometimes, there is an overproduction of the synovial fluid which leads to its accumulation in the backside of your knee. This fluid accumulation can lead to the formation of a cyst known as the Baker’s cyst. This leads to tightness and pain in the knee joint.
  • Osteoarthritis
    In this medical condition, there is thickening of the tissues and damage of the cartilage of the knee joint leading to knee pain.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
    It is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system causes the destruction of the body’s own tissues leading to pain and damage in the joints throughout the body. Involvement of both the knee joints is seen in this condition. Mostly joints in the fingers (interphalangeal joints) are affected first and as the disease progresses, joints of knees, ankles and wrist also get affected.
  • Gout
    Gout is a painful condition of the joints caused by an increase in the uric acid levels of the body.

Risk Factors

Risk factors for knee pain include:

  • Overuse of the knee joint
    Overusing the knee joint without proper rest or support may cause knee pain. For example, house maids who clean the floor are prone to knee pain as there may be damage to the knee tissue due to extreme pressure on the knee joint for an extended time-period.
  • Weight gain
    The knee joint is an important weight-bearing joint. When your weight increases (more than normal), it exerts pressure and strain on the knee joint leading to pain. Hence, obese individuals are prone to knee pain.
  • Exercising in the wrong way
    Vigorous physical exercise without a trainer’s advice can cause damage or injury to the knee joint.
  • Advancing age
    This is the most common risk factor of knee pain. Ageing leads to an increase in the weakness of the soft tissues around the knee joint. Also, the bone structure of the knee joint weakens with age. Hence, the knee joint can get easily damaged in elderly people.

Prevention of knee pain

Most times, knee pain is preventable. The following measures can be undertaken to prevent damage to the knee joint:

  • Wearing proper shoes
    Wearing proper fitting shoes can help avoid putting a strain on the knees and ankles while walking or running. This can help avoid knee pain.
  • Warming-up before exercise
    Warming-up before exercise can prevent sudden stress or strains on the joints. Your doctor or fitness trainer can advise you about warm-up techniques to follow before exercising.
  • Weight control
    Obesity can put extra load on your knees while walking. Hence, weight control via opting regular exercise and a healthy diet is essential to prevent knee pain.
  • Walking or running on a smooth surface
    Always prefer walking or running on a walking track or plain ground as undulations on the ground surface can put more stress on your knees.
  • Avoiding exercises that involve heavy weights
    Light exercises such as brisk walking, cycling and swimming do not put excessive pressure on your knees. If you want to try exercises such as weight lifting or running, you should get help from your fitness trainer. He/she will help you plan your exercise regimen in such a way that will not compromise the health of your knee joint.

Diagnosis of knee pain

To find out the exact cause of knee pain, careful medical history and investigations are required. Your doctor may ask you to do some blood tests and radiological tests.

  • Complete medical history
    Medical history includes recording the details of the nature, onset, and intensity of the pain (mild, moderate or severe), past history of any injury or joint overuse, and occupational history to rule out any occupation-related cause of knee pain.
  • Physical examination of the knee
    Your physician will perform a physical examination in which you will be asked to sit and keep the affected leg in a relaxed position. Then he/she will try to move the leg in all possible directions to check for pain in the knee joint. Pain on touch, redness over the knee joint, and any break in the ligaments can be identified by examining the knee joint.
  • Blood examination
    In case the knee pain is not related to an injury, your doctor may suspect some underlying medical cause for which, he/she may advise you some blood tests to diagnose the cause of your pain. Blood tests may include testing for rheumatoid arthritis and gout.
  • Radiological tests
    An X-Ray and MRI of the bone are the most promising tests to diagnose the cause of knee pain. Abnormalities detected on an X-Ray can help to understand the pathophysiology of bone, which can assist in starting treatment promptly and lead to early recovery. Ultrasonography can be performed to diagnose Baker’s cyst.
  • Joint fluid test
    Sometimes, your doctor may recommend a joint fluid test in which he/she will examine the fluid (synovial fluid) present in the knee joint. The pathological and microscopic examination of the synovial fluid can help to diagnose the reason for your knee pain. Abnormalities in the synovial fluid can be caused by infection or other diseases.

Knee pain treatment

Knee pain can worsen if not treated on time, hence, consult your doctor immediately to diagnose the exact cause of your knee pain and to start treatment promptly. Before visiting the doctor you can try some home remedies for pain relief, but, it will not cure your pain.

  • Home remedies
    Some temporary home remedies can be used to get relief from mild to moderate type of pain. These include the RICE therapy which comprises of Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation.
    • Rest
      Rest is the most important part of treatment for relieving knee pain. If you feel knee pain while performing any activity, you should stop doing that activity immediately and should rest the knee to avoid further pain and damage to the knee joint.
    • Ice packs
      Pain and redness around the knee joint can be reduced by using ice packs intermittently throughout the day and before bed-time.
    • Compression bandage
      A bandage can be rolled around the knee joint (neither too tight nor too loose) to keep the ligament in position and relieve pain. It can be used for the entire day, but, should be removed at night.
    • Elevation
      Elevation of the knee by putting pillows under the knee joint can relieve pain and relax the joint.

If home remedies fail to relieve pain, your doctor may advise you the following:

  • Rest
    Your doctor will also advise you to take some rest along with some medications. Resting the knee joint can provide relaxation and early recovery in case of any damage or infection.
  • Painkillers
    Over-the-counter medicines like Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAIDs) drugs which include Paracetamol and Ibuprofen can help in case of mild to moderate pain, but in case of severe pain, your doctor may advise injections or admission to hospital.
  • Physiotherapy
    Physical therapy as guided by a physiotherapist doctor can reduce the knee pain. Also, regular therapy can completely cure the pain in most cases.
  • Acupuncture
    Acupuncture is a type of sensory stimulation of the nerves which helps relieve pain. It is one of the famous non-pharmacological treatments mostly tried for a chronic type of pain.
  • Surgery
    When physical therapy or medications fail to relieve the knee pain, your doctor may advise you surgery depending upon the underlying cause. Some known surgical procedures for the management of knee pain are:
    • Repair of ligaments
      The knee joint is supported by thick band-like structures called ligaments. Due to an injury, these structures can be damaged leading to pain in the knee joint. These ligaments are repaired by surgery using an artificial support to these ligaments.
    • Total knee replacement
      If the damage to the knee joint is not treatable by medication or if ligament repair is not possible, the doctor may recommend a complete knee replacement surgery in which the damaged parts of the knee are replaced with metal and plastic implants. As it is a surgical procedure, it requires complete recovery after the operation by taking adequate bed rest for at least 2-3 months and minimum use of artificial knee till it recovers completely. Total knee replacement surgery can help to relieve pain and improve mobility.
    • Debridement
      In this procedure, an instrument known as arthroscope is inserted in the knee joint through a small aperture and loose debris (small waste tissues) is removed, along with, any adhesions present in the knee joint. These adhesions can be described as the attachment of connective tissues with fibrous bursa, or attachment of any tissue, bone or tendons with each other due to an injury or trauma. This allows the proper functioning of the knee joint.

Lifestyle management

Lifestyle management can be somewhat helpful in preventing knee pain, but, factors like advanced age are not modifiable. Hence, taking a doctor’s advice will be beneficial in such cases. Following are a few tips that you may incorporate in your daily life to ease your knee pain:

  • Losing weight
    In the case of obesity, reduction in weight can be very helpful in relieving knee pain. For weight reduction, you should follow a healthy diet plan consisting of fewer carbohydrates and more proteins. Also, drink at least 8-10 glasses of water along with exercising for a minimum of 30 minutes for at least 5 days a week. (Read more - Weight loss diet chart)
  • Strengthening exercises
    Instead of performing vigorous exercises, try doing strengthening exercises like lower body workouts which will help reduce knee pain and improve the strength of your knee joint. Always take advice from an expert trainer to follow proper exercising technique.

Knee pain prognosis and complications


The outcome of knee pain, whether acute or chronic, is usually good, but, it may require surgery or other necessary interventions.


Usually, knee pain is completely treatable, therefore, there are only rare instances of developing complications. But, if you ignore your knee pain or do not follow proper treatment, you may develop the following complications:

  • Worsening of pain
    Ignoring pain and not taking any medication can lead to worsening of pain over time. To avoid this, consult your doctor if your symptoms do not improve over time or if they tend to worsen.
  • Difficulty in walking
    Ignoring the need for the treatment of knee pain can cause extreme pain because of which you may have difficulty in walking and restrictions in movement.
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Medicines for Knee Pain

Medicines listed below are available for Knee Pain. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
ArtagenArtagen 250 Mg Tablet34.0
ArthopanArthopan 250 Mg Tablet52.0
NapexarNapexar 750 Mg Tablet27.0
NaprosynNaprosyn 125 Mg Suspension22.0
NaprozNaproz Tablet34.0
NaxenNaxen Cr 750 Mg Tablet29.0
XenarXenar Cr 750 Mg Tablet40.0
XenobidXenobid 275 Mg Tablet14.0
AlinolAlinol 10 Mg Tablet26.0
CiploricCiploric 100 Mg Tablet23.0
CiprolicCiprolic 100 Mg Tablet22.0
LodiricLodiric 250 Mg Capsule Sr71.0
LogoutLogout 100 Mg Tablet23.0
MyloricMyloric 100 Mg Tablet14.0
OxyprimOxyprim Capsule62.0
PiloricPiloric 100 Mg Tablet7.0
Zyloric TabletZyloric 100 Mg Tablet18.0
ZyrikZyrik 100 Mg Tablet24.0
AllgoricAllgoric 100 Mg Tablet25.0
Allopurinol 100 Mg TabletAllopurinol 100 Mg Tablet7.0
AlloricAlloric 300 Mg Tablet25.0
AlopurAlopur 100 Mg Tablet21.0
AlrikAlrik 100 Mg Tablet24.0
AlunoAluno 100 Mg Tablet28.0
AveryAvery 100 Mg Tablet27.0
AxanthineAxanthine 300 Mg Tablet70.0
GudloricGudloric 100 Mg Tablet20.0
LopnolLopnol 100 Mg Tablet Dt19.0
RyloricRyloric 100 Mg Tablet9.0
SwiloricSwiloric 100 Mg Tablet25.0
UridipUridip 100 Mg Tablet18.0
UritasUritas 100 Mg Tablet17.0
ZyleZyle 100 Mg Tablet10.0
RanloricRanloric 100 Mg Tablet7.0
ZanopirolZanopirol Tablet22.0
BrufenBrufen 200 Mg Tablet6.0
EndacheEndache Gel59.0
FenlongFenlong 400 Mg Capsule27.0
Ibuf PIbuf P Tablet14.0
IbugesicIbugesic 100 Mg Suspension22.0
IbuvonIbuvon 100 Mg Suspension10.0
Ibuvon (Wockhardt)Ibuvon Syrup12.0
IcparilIcparil 400 Mg Tablet29.0
MaxofenMaxofen Tablet7.0
TricoffTricoff Syrup60.0
AcefenAcefen 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet29.0
Adol TabletAdol 200 Mg Tablet42.0
BruriffBruriff 400 Mg Tablet5.0
EmflamEmflam 400 Mg Injection7.0
Fenlong (Skn)Fenlong 200 Mg Tablet20.0
FlamarFlamar 400 Mg Tablet32.0
IbrumacIbrumac 200 Mg Tablet4.0
IbuminIbumin Syrup10.0
IbupalIbupal 400 Mg Tablet38.0
Ibuprofen 400 Mg TabletIbuprofen 400 Mg Tablet12.0
IbutasIbutas 200 Mg Tablet403.0
IfenIfen 200 Mg Tablet26.0
NoviganNovigan 400 Mg Tablet10.0
SugafenSugafen 200 Mg Tablet3.0
BruginBrugin Tablet7.0
DolofinDolofin Injection4.0
Fenlong MrFenlong Mr Tablet49.0
Fenlong SFenlong S Tablet50.0
GesicGesic Capsule14.0
Ibubid TrIbubid Tr 300 Mg Capsule8.0
BrutaflamBrutaflam 4 Mg Tablet Mr104.0
EtodyEtody 120 Mg Tablet143.0
EtoricaEtorica 120 Mg Tablet131.0
EtoshineEtoshine 120 Mg Tablet138.0
EtoxibEtoxib 120 Mg Tablet135.0
EtrikEtrik 120 Mg Tablet147.0
EtrobaxEtrobax 120 Mg Tablet138.0
EzactEzact 120 Mg Tablet138.0
RetozRetoz 120 Mg Tablet129.0
Torcoxia BcdTorcoxia Bcd 120 Mg Tablet131.0
CoxnuroCoxnuro 120 Mg Tablet104.0
EbovEbov 120 Mg Tablet155.0
EcoxibEcoxib 90 Mg Tablet89.0
EctEct 60 Mg Tablet73.0
EoxiEoxi 120 Mg Tablet76.0
EroficaErofica 90 Mg Tablet97.0
EticoxEticox 90 Mg Tablet94.0
EtocoxEtocox 120 Mg Tablet94.0
EtograndEtogrand 90 Tablet79.0
EtojetEtojet 120 Mg Tablet71.0
EtoridasEtoridas 90 Tablet89.0
EtoridocEtoridoc 120 Mg Tablet77.0
EtorvelEtorvel 120 Mg Tablet127.0
EtosEtos 90 Mg Tablet55.0
EtosaidEtosaid 120 Mg Tablet84.0
EtxEtx 120 Mg Tablet96.0
EvahEvah 120 Mg Tablet96.0
NucoxiaNucoxia 120 Mg Tablet139.0
NureetoNureeto 120 Mg Tablet96.0
RhucoxiaRhucoxia 120 Mg Tablet120.0
WitoriWitori 60 Mg Tablet66.0
AlcoxibAlcoxib 120 Mg Tablet75.0
AnkonAnkon 90 Mg Tablet89.0
AxcebAxceb Tablet74.0
CoxetCoxet 60 Mg Tablet56.0
CozeeCozee 90 Mg Tablet74.0
DezogesicDezogesic 120 Mg Tablet129.0
EldoflamEldoflam 120 Mg Tablet75.0
EtofordEtoford 90 Mg Tablet36.0
EtomavEtomav 120 Mg Tablet127.0
EtonowEtonow 120 Mg Tablet89.0
EtoribEtorib 120 Mg Tablet90.0
Etoricoxib 90 Mg TabletEtoricoxib 90 Mg Tablet29.0
EtoriEtori 120 Mg Tablet80.0
EtospeedEtospeed 90 Mg Tablet99.0
EtostalEtostal 90 Mg Tablet55.0
EtowoxEtowox 90 Mg Tablet28.0
EtozoxEtozox 120 Mg Tablet75.0
EtroflamEtroflam 120 Tablet129.0
EtswiftEtswift 90 Mg Tablet85.0
EvaxxEvaxx 120 Mg Tablet76.0
FlodaseFlodase Tablet44.0
HiretoHireto 60 Mg Tablet49.0
IntacoxiaIntacoxia 120 Mg Tablet93.0
KingcoxKingcox 120 Mg Tablet75.0
KretosKretos 120 Mg Tablet132.0
TorikindTorikind 10 Mg Tablet12.0
ToripilToripil 120 Mg Tablet110.0
VollyVolly 90 Mg Tablet Dt78.0
XibraXibra 90 Mg Tablet98.0
DoloforceDoloforce Dt 10 Mg Tablet42.0
FeldexFeldex 20 Mg Tablet92.0
PinijPinij 20 Mg Tablet31.0
PiroeverPiroever 20 Mg Tablet85.0
PyrodexPyrodex 20 Mg Tablet75.0
RexicamRexicam 20 Mg Tablet Dt35.0
SuganrilSuganril 20 Mg Tablet76.0
TixyTixy Kid Drops39.0
UbcamUbcam 20 Mg Tablet50.0
UgesicUgesic 20 Mg Tablet90.0
DolocamDolocam 20 Mg Tablet50.0
DolocipDolocip 20 Mg Tablet Dt30.0
DolokamDolokam Dt 20 Mg Tablet36.0
DololupDololup 20 Mg Tablet Dt6.0
DolonexDolonex 2 Ml Injection165.0
DupoxDupox 0.50% Gel40.0
FelcamFelcam 20 Mg Tablet32.0
FlexarFlexar 20 Mg Tablet Dt58.0
LonexLonex 8 Mg Tablet Dt6.0
MedicamMedicam 20 Mg Tablet60.0
MinicamMinicam 0.5% Gel28.0
MobicamMobicam 20 Mg Tablet Dt37.0
OddOdd 20 Mg Tablet60.0
OxicamOxicam 20 Mg Tablet Dt5.0
PaingesicPaingesic 20 Mg Tablet81.0
PiroxPirox 0.50% W/W Gel47.0
PiroxitasPiroxitas 20 Mg Injection20.0
PixiPixi 20 Mg Tablet Dt51.0
PolonexPolonex 20 Mg Tablet Dt48.0
Rox DtRox Dt 20 Mg Tablet32.0
SwelinexSwelinex 8% Gel67.5
ZeepainZeepain 20 Mg Capsule27.0
PiroxicamAlkem Piroxicam Injection7.0
CycladolCycladol 20 Mg Tablet44.0
DolcareDolcare 20 Mg Tablet31.0
Dolonx CdDolonx Cd Tablet58.0
Doloswift DtDoloswift Dt 20 Mg Tablet3.0
DoloswiftDoloswift 20 Mg Capsule4.0
FlextabFlextab 200 Mg Tablet Sr138.0
MizocamMizocam Injection4.0
MobidinMobidin 20 Mg Capsule16.0
PiricamPiricam 0.5% Gel27.0
PironPiron 20 Mg Tablet21.0
Piroxicam 20 Mg CapsulePiroxicam 20 Mg Capsule4.0
RoxRox 150 Mg Tablet49.0
WiroxWirox Injection19.0
ArthrinArthrin Gel80.0
TobitilTobitil 20 Mg Tablet51.8
Acefenac SpAcefenac Sp Tablet62.5
Adiflam PlusAdiflam Plus 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet16.18
Anaflam PAnaflam P 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension29.5
AntidolAntidol 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet9.96
Antidol KidAntidol Kid Tablet4.14
AntiflamAntiflam 400 Mg/650 Mg Tablet10.63
ArcureArcure 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet8.83
Arden PlusArden Plus 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet7.83
BestofenBestofen 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet12.8
BestophenBestophen 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.8
Bestophen IBestophen I Tablet7.7
Bren PlusBren Plus 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension12.47
BruaceBruace 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension15.3
BrufamolBrufamol 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet9.8
BrugesicpBrugesicp 100 Mg/125 Mg Syrup11.25
BrumolBrumol 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet10.78
Brupal KidBrupal Kid 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet Dt3.9
Bucon PlusBucon Plus 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.7
Bufex KidBufex Kid 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet3.88
BuflamBuflam 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet6.73
Buflam PlusBuflam Plus 100 Mg/62.5 Mg Suspension17.0
Buflam TabletBuflam Tablet9.71
CincofenCincofen 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet28.0
CombiflamCombiflam Cream38.0
DeflamDeflam 400 Mg/400 Mg Tablet22.0
DolomecDolomec Relief Oil66.0
DolomedDolomed 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension10.96
Dt IbuflamDt Ibuflam 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet7.56
EbugesicEbugesic Tablet12.92
FenmolFenmol 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet12.96
FlexonFlexon 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet16.85
Iben PlusIben Plus 200 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.44
IbuconIbucon 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension11.33
Ibucon PlusIbucon Plus 100 Mg/125 Mg Syrup20.5
Ibufen PlusIbufen Plus 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet24.93
IbuflamIbuflam 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet7.33
Ibugesic PlusIbugesic Plus 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension22.5
Ibulet KidIbulet Kid 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet5.0
Ibulet PlusIbulet Plus 100 Mg/125 Mg Syrup19.5
IbunijIbunij 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet2.82
Ibunij AIbunij A 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet8.5
Ibu PIbu P 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension11.37
IbutopIbutop 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension17.3
InfanilInfanil 100 Mg/125 Mg Syrup60.5
MobilMobil 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet178.75
NovaflamNovaflam Syrup20.9
Oxyvon ForteOxyvon Forte 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet13.21
PabuflamPabuflam Tablet32.5
Paraflam PParaflam P 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet15.0
P FenP Fen Tablet8.25
Pgi JuniorPgi Junior 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet7.27
Pinkin PlusPinkin Plus 50 Mg/500 Mg Suspension12.18
Procieder EfProcieder Ef 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet8.1
Profen (Overseas)Profen 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Syrup11.7
PyreflamPyreflam 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet8.05
Rubigesic PRubigesic P 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet39.81
RuparRupar 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet10.0
Rupar JuniorRupar Junior 400 Mg/325 Mg Syrup32.0
Rupar KidRupar Kid Drops25.0
Takflam PlusTakflam Plus Tablet20.0
TempolTempol Syrup16.91
Tudofen ForteTudofen Forte 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet56.78
AcugesicAcugesic 400 Mg/325 Mg Injection24.68
AllflamAllflam 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet8.06
AnswellAnswell 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet8.54
Arfen CompoundArfen Compound 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.17
Artifen PlusArtifen Plus 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension11.33
Bruceta ForteBruceta Forte 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet7.0
BrucetaBruceta 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension27.13
BrucetBrucet 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet8.75
BrustanBrustan 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet8.1
BrustinBrustin 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet10.54
Calpol PlusCalpol Plus 400 Mg/325 Mg Suspension32.75
CipflamCipflam Tablet11.53
CobimaxCobimax Tablet554.62
CombinamCombinam 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet25.98
Corflam PlusCorflam Plus Syrup12.83
Corflam S (Abaris)Corflam S Suspension26.0
Cr FlamCr Flam 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet17.27
Decomb SpDecomb Sp Tablet69.93
DuoflamDuoflam 400 Mg Spray43.02
Emflam PlusEmflam Plus 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet20.5
Fenceta PlusFenceta Plus 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension19.0
FencetaFenceta 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet12.26
GexofenGexofen 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet11.56
IbuactIbuact 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.37
IbucetIbucet 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet16.0
Ibuclin JuniorIbuclin Junior 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet4.71
IbudexIbudex 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet8.75
IbufenIbufen Syrup13.17
Ibukind PlusIbukind Plus 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension17.35
Ibukind Plus NfIbukind Plus Nf Tablet15.1
IbumolIbumol 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet7.18
IbunIbun 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet10.37
IbunolIbunol 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet9.8
IbuparaIbupara 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.15
IbuparIbupar 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet5.5
Ibupil ForteIbupil Forte 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet12.5
Ibupil PlusIbupil Plus 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet9.5
IbupyrinIbupyrin 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet14.5
IbusarIbusar Tablet7.13
IbutalIbutal 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet25.0
IbuwinIbuwin 400 Mg/500 Mg Tablet6.3
ImolImol 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension21.1
Inflagesic PlusInflagesic Plus 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet27.4
IntaflamIntaflam Syrup11.12
ItinilItinil 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension14.37
LupiflamLupiflam 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet5.35
Lupiflam MLupiflam M Tablet6.25
Lupiflam PLupiflam P Tablet10.0
Magadol SuspensionMagadol Suspension31.2
Maxofen PlusMaxofen Plus Tablet7.58
MegadolMegadol Syrup31.16
Megadol KidMegadol Kid Tablet28.57
Megadol NewMegadol New Syrup30.02
Metagesic PlusMetagesic Plus Syrup17.5
MultigonMultigon 100 Mg/125 Mg Suspension9.43
New Artifen PlusNew Artifen Plus 400 Mg/400 Mg Tablet67.0
Norswell PlusNorswell Plus Tablet7.61
Paa KidPaa Kid 100 Mg/125 Mg Tablet4.17
Pd FlamPd Flam 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet7.42
Primafen PlusPrimafen Plus Tablet6.05
Pyremol IbPyremol Ib 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension15.1
Pyremol Plus IbPyremol Plus Ib 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet5.91
RegaflamRegaflam 400 Mg/333 Mg Tablet6.25
ReliefRelief Tablet6.25
RenofenRenofen 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet13.49
RumagesicRumagesic 400 Mg/325 Mg Tablet15.31
Rutek PRutek P 300 Mg/500 Mg Tablet70.0
Simultin PSimultin P 100 Mg/162.5 Mg Suspension14.06
StifnilStifnil Tablet18.38
TolfenTolfen Tablet7.21
ZuparZupar 400 Mg/300 Mg Tablet138.75
AchridAchrid 400 Mg/325 Mg/30 Mg Tablet8.25
Ibutran PlusIbutran Plus 400 Mg/500 Mg/25 Mg Tablet17.13
Imol PlusImol Plus Tablet11.2
IpeceeIpecee 400 Mg/500 Mg/65 Mg Tablet7.71
AcogesicAcogesic Capsule10.86
IbuflexIbuflex 400 Mg/325 Mg/100 Mg Tablet31.0
Novaflam Plus KidNovaflam Plus Kid Tablet3.13
Relifen PlusRelifen Plus 400 Mg/325 Mg/150 Mg Tablet25.0
IpmIpm 400 Mg/325 Mg/100 Mg Tablet8.25
MaximolMaximol 400 Mg/325 Mg/100 Mg Tablet40.0
PaaPaa 400 Mg/325 Mg/100 Mg Tablet27.5
AdineAdine 400 Mg/325 Mg/10 Mg Tablet59.0
BuseraBusera 400 Mg/325 Mg/10 Mg Tablet53.46
TriflamTriflam 400 Mg/325 Mg/10 Mg Tablet131.25
CodylexCodylex 4 Mg/10 Mg Linctus0.0
Betaflam ForteBetaflam Forte 400 Mg/65 Mg Capsule22.62
LobainLobain 400 Mg/85 Mg Capsule23.17
Ibruvon ForteIbruvon Forte 400 Mg/65 Mg Capsule21.04
Ibu ProxyvonIbu Proxyvon 400 Mg/65 Mg Capsule80.18
Parvon ForteParvon Forte 400 Mg/65 Mg Capsule13.89
Espra XnEspra Xn 375 Mg/20 Mg Tablet109.9
Etoford PEtoford P 60 Mg/325 Mg Tablet37.5
Etorvel PEtorvel P 500 Mg/60 Mg Tablet52.0
Etrik PEtrik P 60 Mg/500 Mg Tablet89.75
Nucoxia PNucoxia P 60 Mg/325 Mg Tablet83.4
Brutaflam PlusBrutaflam Plus 60 Mg/325 Mg Tablet66.0
Etorica PEtorica P 60 Mg/500 Mg Tablet76.41
Etorinol PlusEtorinol Plus 60 Mg/325 Mg Tablet95.0
Torcoxia PlusTorcoxia Plus Tablet49.9
EtolaginEtolagin 4 Mg Tablet160.0
EtoriflexEtoriflex 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet Mr137.13
Ezact MrEzact Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet175.0
Thioquest EtThioquest Et Tablet150.0
Witori MrWitori Mr Tablet175.0
Ebov MrEbov Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet169.0
Ect ForteEct Forte Tablet193.0
Ect PlusEct Plus Tablet165.0
Etosaid MrEtosaid Mr Tablet169.0
Etoshine MrEtoshine Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet175.0
Etos MrEtos Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet108.0
Etoxib MrEtoxib Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet178.25
Etrik MrEtrik Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet188.0
Etrobax MrEtrobax Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet109.0
Etx MrEtx Mr 60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet145.0
Etx PlusEtx Plus 60 Mg/8 Mg Tablet60.0
Flexon MrFlexon Mr Tablet14.05
Artiflex PlusArtiflex Plus 400 Mg/300 Mg/250 Mg Tablet27.0
Coflam MrCoflam Mr 400 Mg/325 Mg/250 Mg Tablet35.0
Dolomed MrDolomed Mr Tablet11.4
Megaflam M RMegaflam M R 400 Mg/325 Mg/250 Mg Tablet36.8
SpontrelSpontrel Tablet8.1
Sysdol MrSysdol Mr 400 Mg/325 Mg/250 Mg Tablet53.25
HeadsetHeadset 35 Mg/500 Mg Tablet72.0
HeadfreeHeadfree 85 Mg/500 Mg Tablet62.5
Suminat ForteSuminat Forte Tablet59.0
ThrobexitThrobexit Tablet120.95
MinadoMinado 500 Mg/10 Mg Tablet52.0
NaprodomNaprodom 250 Mg Tablet41.0
NaxdomNaxdom 250 Mg Tablet47.0
PandexPandex 500 Mg/10 Mg Tablet71.22
XenadomXenadom 10 Mg/500 Mg Tablet74.0
Nucoxia SpNucoxia Sp 60 Mg/10 Mg Tablet87.4
OxydinOxydin 400 Mg/325 Mg/32.5 Mg Injection24.0
Volflam DVolflam D 400 Mg/325 Mg/32.5 Mg Tablet19.5
ParaflaxParaflax 400 Mg/250 Mg Tablet27.12
TizapamTizapam 400 Mg/2 Mg Tablet53.0
LumbrilLumbril Tablet20.58
TizafenTizafen 400 Mg/2 Mg Capsule67.92
ADEL Acid Benz DilutionAcid Benzoic Dilution 1 M155.0
Dr. Reckeweg Acid Benz DilutionAcid Benzoic Dilution 1 M155.0
Bjain Acidum benzoicum Mother Tincture QAcidum Benzoicum Mother Tincture Q99.0
ADEL 22Adel 22 Renelix Drop215.0
ADEL 29Adel 29 Akutur Drop215.0
Dr. Reckeweg Lac Vac Def DilutionLac. Vac. Def. Dilution 1 M155.0
SBL Mullein Ear DropsMullein Ear Drop40.0
ADEL Oleum Jec DilutionOleum Jecoris Aselli Dilution 1 M155.0
SBL Orthomuv SyrupOrthomuv Sugar Free Syrup120.0

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