Medicine For Dryness Of Mouth And Throat At Night And Cracks On Toung?

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Gurbir Singh Says:


My mother is 82 yrs old and is bed ridden for the last 4.5 yrs due to knee & hip problem.
she is diabetic too. She is on Mixtard. She is also Catheterized for the last 4yrs. Now she is complaining of Dry mouth and Throat at night, some cracks on her tongue are also visible. Whether Neurobion forte or Nerveup can help her



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