Sn 15 And Moxbro 500 Tablet Use

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Dear Sir/Madam, I have the piles problem since 2011. In the month of April I consulted with my Dr. who suggested I take SN15 tablet and Moxbro 500 tablet. After taking those medicines I will be alright for that time being. Now this year November I faced a accident and was admitted into a hospital. During that time my doctor suggested me take some high dose antibiotic to cure me early. Antibiotic name is Cetil 500, Cefoprim 500 and Lizoforce 600. Now after taking the medicines once again my piles problem gets started and bleeding is also happening. For this once again I started to take SN15 and MOBRO500. But this time my bleeding was not stopped at all. Can you please suggest me what I can do at this moment. As I need to continue Lizoforce 600 for another 2 days.

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Dear madam. please consult your Dr. For changing your strong antibiotics because strong antibiotics are highly sensitive with your body parts to addict them. When taking highly strong antibiotics please add 2 medicine named sporlag or becozyme C forty. Those 2 medicine relive you bad effects of strong medicines

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