Precautions While Taking & Side Effects Of Zenoxa Od 150

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Lt Col A. Says:

I had a fall post seizure which happened while I was crossing a road, luckily no vehicle was around. I hit my head and right of my face on the Tarmac, but had only a minor hemorrhage in the brain with hair line injury on the jaw as I was wearing a coutomary had gear. Was unconscious for some time.

At present, I am foggy, forget things, remember things with difficulty, strain while speaking, and have a unnatural & general feeling of not being OK/normal. Otherwise I am a healthy, robust veteran, very fit for my age and lead a healthy lifestyle with regular excercise regime. Dr has advised Xenoxa 150 OD. I would like to know:- 1. How long is this medicine to be taken. 2. Is the dose likely to be increased, as he has asked me to come for review after taking it for a week.3. Can one drive while taking this medicine? 4. I also take medicine for diabetes, High BP, blood thinners, does this medicine interfere with any of these medicines? 5. Can one drink while taking this medicine? 6. What are the precautions to be taken while taking while taking this medicine. 7 what are the specific side effects that I am likely to experience now and as the time passes.

Thanks and God bless you!

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Amarjit Singh Says:

I am still feel foggy, have headache, laze around, (I am basically a very active person) and wondering how much more time is needed before I become functional again, Any suggestions are most welcome. If it helps matters further, I am from North India, 60, a retired veteran, have had a very healthy and active life style all throughout.

Note: I have lived a very good, satisfied and contended life, love to help all those associated with me in the ways they are, love to see them leading a good life,

Wishing you all a healthful and wonderful life ahead.

God bless you and your families!

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