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Sumathy Says:
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My son. Age 17 is addicted cell phone, he studying diploma II year but he didn't. Study, too angry ans use bad words, he didnot respect also, so i go to physocratrist in ahana hospital madurai, dr council to my son and prescribe abdifer one tab in morning and etirest,.5 in night, sir pl reply he curable?

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