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Loose motion ,vomiting,
My wife had vomiting ,fever ,loose motion yesterday.after consultation she had ondem,colpol 650,enteroquinol,fenyl.now vomiting and fever subsided but loose motion did not stop from yesterday night till now.kindly advise.now she is having ORSL drink to avoid dehydration.kindly advise .do we have to change medicine.
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Hello.. No you need not change medicines... please continue with the medication as its required..i would like to add probiotics into it like sporolac which will help in strengthening your gut system...you also take 2 eldopar tablets for now.... continue ors...thank you
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hello get stools examined and then maintain good hydration status by consuming plenty of fluids ,then consult a good physician and decide bye
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Give time to medicines to act...wait for 72 hrs
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Tab O2 1 tab twice daily after food 3 days. Continue others
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