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Red pimple like formation on tongue... I have been prescribed these meds. How should i take these...medicines 1 . Vitamin B complex,vitamin A,folic acid tablets,vitamin C 2.cloxacillin, metronidazole 3.hexigel How should i take these meds,and at what timing and before or after meal... Please help...
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U need to immediately consult oral Medicine specialist/oral physician and get medicated
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Hello, Yes please take these medicines only. See medicine should be taken after food and the gel application 10 min approx before each meal. Eat food with vitamin and drink lot of water.
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Take multivitamin drink lots of water Also use kenacort for tropical applications
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Hello, 1) Take multivitamin Once daily 2) Metronidazole 2times Take medicines after meal 3) Instead of Hexigel apply Kenacort ointment after food twice daily.
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