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Can mesoglycan cause side effects?

Gastrointestinal discomfort and nausea are side effects sometimes reported. With intramuscular injections of mesoglycan, injection site reactions may occur.
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What is mesoglycan?

Mesoglycan is a mucopolysaccharide complex that is extracted from calf aorta or synthetically created and taken in pill or capsule form as a dietary supplement. Mucopolysaccha (MORE)

How is mesoglycan taken?

Initially, mesoglycan and other mucopolysaccharides were only available through injections. They are now available in oral form.
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What is mesoglycan used for?

Aortic glycosaminoglycans and mucopolysaccharides such as mesoglycan are used to treat diseases of blood vessels, joints, and cartilage
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What research has been done on mesoglycan?

There is some evidence that mucopolysaccharides and the related aortic glycosaminoglycans may slow the development of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) by lowering c (MORE)