Ecosprin 150, Sompraz40, Clopilet 75

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madhav Says:


Feel very weak in the evening find difficult to walk and have breathing problem after taking ecosprin150 at 1 pm I am also taking Sompraz 40 one 7 AM and 7 PM o clock for last one year. I am also taking clopilet 75 one at 9 AM and one at 9 Pm. What could be reason for my weakness. Is it necessary to continue Sompraz 40 in the long term



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Verwon Says:

Actually, Sompraz is only meant to be taken for short periods of time, usually only up to 4 months, because long-term use of it can increased your risk of hip fractures, as reported by the FDA.

As to the other issues, that can be typical side effects of the Clopilet, according to the NIH, so you should consult your doctor as you might need to switch to a different medication.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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