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Acrotac 25mg Capsule
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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Ledermycin 150mg Tablet

Taking Acitretin along with Demeclocycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Ledermycin 300mg Tablet

Taking Acitretin along with Demeclocycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Pepdox 100mg Capsule

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Doxyscot Capsule

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Doxytrac 100mg Tablet

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Doxy 1 Tablet

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Bestodox 100mg Tablet DT

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Doxyrax 100mg Capsule

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Megadox 200mg Tablet

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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Acrotac 25mg Capsule & Mdox 100mg Tablet DT

Taking Acitretin along with Doxycycline increases the risk of ‘pseudotumour cerebri’ (high pressure in the brain).

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