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Mefenamic acid, a drug commonly used to relieve menstrual pain, has been shown to reverse symptoms of the disease in mice, according to a new research. What that means for patients.

from Mail Online

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Mefenamic acid is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain, including menstrual pain. It is typically prescribed for oral administration. Mefenamic acid is marketed in the USA as Ponstel


Ponstan forte (mefenamic acid) by Phizer x 1 Bristol (10 Pills )


Ponstel (Mefenamic acid), a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, used for the relief of moderate pain (when treatment will not last for more than 7 days) and for the treatment of menstrual pain. Generic Ponstel may also be marketed as Ponstan, Mefenamic acid. *Ponstel® is manufactured by First Horizon Pharmaceuticals.


Memory loss caused by dementia could be reversed with THIS 24p drug

MEMORY loss caused by the process of dementia could be halted by a 24p painkiller, commonly prescribed for period pain./ Mefenamic Acid