User Reviews & Ratings - aspirin-cinnamedrine-caffeine oral
Read user comments about the side effects, benefits, and effectiveness of aspirin-cinnamedrine-caffeine oral.
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Reviewer: annie, 55-64 Female on Treatment for 10 years or more (Patient)
Ease of Use
This medicine was the very best medicine that I have ever found for back and stomach cramps. It is like no other. It should definitly be available-either with or without a prescription. I have 2 ruptured disks and this medication relieved the severe pain and cramps in my back, stomach, and legs.
Reviewer: clargmic, 45-54 Female on Treatment for 10 years or more
Ease of Use
This drug has not been available since the mid 1980's. Before that time, I used it for menstrual cramps. Not only did it help with the pain, it gave me a euphoric feeling like nothing else I have ever experienced. I wish some company would manufacture it again. If they did, I am certain it would be beneficial not only to those who suffer menstrual cramps, but to those who suffer from depre ... Show Full Comment
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