Injection Methycobal 1500 Units

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Thammaiah Says:


I had undegone angiogram during March 2014. I was diagnosed as follows:-
a) ANGINA
b) Mild coronary artery disease
c) Normal LV function
d) Congestive Gastropathy - RUT Positive
e) Vitamin B12 ans D deficiency

History:
C/o left side cxhest pain since 6 months
No h/o palpitations/giddiness
TMT negative for inducible ischaemia
No.h/p orthopnoea/PND

I have been prescribed the following medications after angiogram:-
a)Tab Deplatt 75mg 0-1-0 (after lunch)
b)Tablet Storvas 10mg 0-0-1
c)Tab Pantocid 40MG 1-0-1 half hour before food
d)Inj. Methycobal 1500 units 1M once in a month X 6 months
e)Tab Torflash 60 K once a week X 6 weeks and once a month x 6 months
Inj. Methycobal 1500 units IM one a month x 6 months.

I have been consuming the above tab/Inj as prescribed. Following are the side effects:-
a) Skin eruption with itching on head, cheeks & chin
b) Occassional burning sensation on left side of chest
c) Tasteless tongue
Kindly advise/clarify the following:-
a)How does the above medications work related to the diagnosis
b)How long should I be on medication
c)If the above side efects are normal.





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