Syndopa And Mutivitamin

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my mom is taking syndopa plus 110 ,but doc says that she should not take any kind of vitamin tab while taking syndopa? is this true?because she is getting some prob of lack of vitamin.

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a. k. tiwari Says:

my wife taking syndopa 110. She is also taking cressor H, ecosprine , rosuvas 10mg and Gepride. She suffured brain haemorage 18 months back. She has following problems
increased constipation, leg pain, sensation in head, weekness and occasional instability despite bp and blood sugar being in reasonable control.
Kindly advise, if the problem is because of syndopa or rosuvas or both and what to do.

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Angelina Says:

my dad is a diabetic and has diabatese neuropathy in his legs now cannot balance and stand as he wobbles> He has been a diabetic for abt 20 yrs. Of late, in Jan he was hospitalised for infection and while attending to him the docs said he has Parkinsons and prescribed him Syndopa Plus 3x a day as well as as Amantrel at night;. He is also on clpidogrel 1x a day as well as Januvia 1x a day, glynase and glycomet, also stamlo 5 for bp now stamlo10 as bp onwas going upto 180 now sometimes at 140 or of late 160 by 80> He takes a restyl .25 at night. But of late about two weeks he has been complaining of drowsiness during the day, sleepless nights and he has become even more slower as before the drugs h e would be able to use his left hand just slowed down sleepy all the time feet swell up amd bp sometimes on higher side. We live in Africa and dont have access to good docs. was wondering if coild be the side effects of medications . he seems to have the zest for living being dopey> hv read some side effects from the Amantrel capsule> pls help and advise as feel urgent to know the diagonosis

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usha ochani Says:

my wife is using this tablet 1/2X3 a day since 13-10-11. Since 14-10-11 she is mostly vomiting after taking even liquids like juice,soup, etc.
My doctor said yesterday that she must use domstal with tablet. however the vomiting with each liquid intake continue.
My wife is to undergo brain MEI on 20-10-11 1700hrs local time.
pl. advice as to how to control vomiting.
Best Regards.

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