Nimesulide Gel no prescription
You should clean and dry the surface of the skin before applying the gel at external using. A thin layer of the gel - approximately 3 cm - should be applied to the painful area of the body and lightly massaged; the frequency of the drug using is 2-3 times within 24 hours. Nimesulide Gel may cause unwanted side effects: urticaria, a sense of irritation, burning or tingling, peeling caused the gel application. It is not recommended to apply the gel in pregnancy and the lactation period, and when dermatitis and infectious diseases of the skin were in the anamnesis.
Nimesulide Gel is sold without a prescription in our online pharmacy and will be delivered in Germany, France, the UK and other countries all over the world.
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