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Asked for male, 0 years old from Kolkata
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General Physician•Durg
She's on a high dose of thyroxine it is essential to follow your doctor's advice and get her thyroid profile checked. I have never seen such a dosage regimen for hypothyroidism. But the treatment protocol may vary from physician to physician.
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General Physician•Amreli
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Hii lybrate-user, actually you can consume it after food or before food choice is yours but just to avoid any problem take it with food.
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General Physician•Noida
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Many syrups may contain folic acid and are prescribed based on symptoms. If folic acid was the main ingredient, go for a tablet.
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Dietitian/Nutritionist•Delhi
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Yes, brands make big difference whenever buying essential or non essential amino acids.
Whether its l carnosine or l carnitine or l arginine, I suggest you go for now foods, natural factors or jarrow formula as these are researched products sold globally! buy brands with global presence!
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Unani Specialist•Kanpur
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Medicine should be available at ayurvedic or unani medicine store near you
or
ingredients details can be sent to you
you can take any medicine with similar ingredients as well.
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Chloramphenicol is an older antibiotic not used nowadays much due to availability of better alternatives. It should be avoided during pregnancy, infants and children. Adverse effects includes:
-aplastic anemia
-pancytopenia
-esophagitis
-neurotoxicity causing optic neuritis
-metabolic acidosis
-gastrointestinal disturbances
not every effect is seen on every one. Serious side effects usually develops after long term use.
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General Physician•Ahmedabad
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Generally no side effects. Only mild pain or low grade fever. As such, mixing both the brands is safe and covovax and covishield will not cause any harm.
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MBBS,, MD - Diabetology, CCDEM Diabetes

Diabetologist•Faridabad
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Hi. That a good query but why you taking these medicines. Not sure. Haven't described your condition.
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General Physician•Patna
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Common side effects
diarrhea
nausea
stomach pain
vomiting
rare
black, tarry stools
blood in the urine or stools
burning, "crawling" or tingling feeling in the skin
difficulty with breathing when exercising
fever with or without chills
headache
large, hive-like swellings on the face, eyelids, mouth, lips, or tongue
muscle weakness
numbness in the fingers or toes (usually mild)
pain
peeling of the skin
pinpoint red spots on the sk...more
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