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Assistant Editor-in-Chief: Soumya Sachdeva

The risk factors are menstrual cramps,chronic headaches and backache and the usage of medicines containing more than one analgesic component.A history of the following conditions may be found in patients such as dehydration , urinary tract infections , interstitial nephritis , renal calculi and congestive heart failure.

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