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For seven months am having some pain in my left leg joins. Its not a pain its like irritating. Last week when I take the MRI scan, we found that bone got bulged and touch the Vein Path. And doctor prescribes the Renerve Plus Tablet. Does this tablet cure that?

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Question (Posted on : 11 Aug 2009 )
What is Renerve Plus prescribed for and what are the side effects of the same?
Doctor's Response (Posted on : 17 Aug 2009 )
Renerve plus is a multi vitamin and anti oxidant combination.Contains Methylcobalamine,inositol,alpha lipoicacid, calcium,chromium etc.Prescribed for general well being and especially when there is weakness. No notable side effects.
Question (Posted on : 11 Aug 2009 )
What is Renerve Plus prescribed for and what are the side effects of the same?
Doctor's Response (Posted on : 17 Aug 2009 )
Renerve plus is a multi vitamin and anti oxidant combination.Contains Methylcobalamine,inositol,alpha lipoicacid, calcium,chromium etc.Prescribed for general well being and especially when there is weakness. No notable side effects.
A quote from Clinovo Research labs reads "Renerve plus is a multi vitamin and anti oxidant combination.Contains Methylcobalamine,inositol,alpha lipoicacid, calcium,chromium etc.Prescribed for general well being and especially when there is weakness. No notable side effects." I have found no information leading me to suspect it is anymore useful than any other multivitamin. I recommend you get an opinion from another doctor.

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