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Abdomen pain often
Kidney stones problem cleared. From past one week he is complaing abdomen pain and difficulty in passing motion. Complains about headache. Took Dupholac. Reduced but still complained today.
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Take syrup cremaffin plus 30 ml at night. Increase fluid intake.
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Have u done a repeat USG w/ a.,? Any fever? R/ o - stones/ Many differentials , actually , pain is more on which side of abdomen.? ?Gastritis, but do a USG w/ a
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Investigation- USG w/ a Continue duphalac syrup 30 ml at night Add - cap pan 40 mg OD - BFF Tab drotin - sos Tab dolo 500 mg - when headache persist. Review USG w/ A - report.
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Syp laxital 15 ml hs
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Adv USG Abdomen
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