Certain ethnic groups are still using the NSAID metamizole for pain and fever

Certain ethnic groups are still using the NSAID metamizole for pain and fever...even though it's banned in the U.S.

It's often called "Mexican aspirin" and goes by many brand names...Busprina...Conmel...Dalmasin...Neo-Melubrina...Prodolina.

Metamizole, also known as dipyrone, was banned years ago. It causes agranulocytosis, neutropenia, leukopenia, and sepsis.

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