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Bad cold plus too much vaginal discharge
I have a bad cold, with running nose, sneezing, coughing and sometimes headache. I took a medicine called Citzine without consulting a doctor. Since i have been sick my viginal discharge has increased. It is too much of clear, slimy, watery vigal discharge. Is it because of my cold or is it a different problem? Or is it because of the tablet (citzine) ?
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Running nose and other problems and vaginal discharge are linked. . As both the discharges are byproducts of Rasa dhatu or 1st  dhatu of body according to Ayurveda.. Need to correct food and sleep pattern..
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HELLO, BOTH ARE SEPARATE PROBLEM NO RELATION WITH CETRIZINE. FOR RUNNING NOSE TAB CHESTON COLD TOTAL TWO TIMES A DAY AFTER FOOD FOR THREE TO FIVE DAYS. TAB MONTUK 10 MG ONE AT NIGHT FOR THREE TO FIVE DAYS OR AS REQUIRED. VEGINAL DISCHARG IMIDIL VEGINAL TABLET/MICONAZOL VEGINAL TABLET TO BE INSERTED INTO VEGINA AT NIGHT FOR SIX NIGHT BEFORE GOING TO BED. TAB FLUCONAZOL I50 ONCE FOR THREE TO FIVE DAYS AFTER FOOD. IF REQUIRED CONSULT GYNACOLOGIST.OK.
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