Using Candid Cl Causes Drowsiness?

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Narniya Says:
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Hi Dr advised me to use candid cl tablet as I ve small infection in virginal area, does it cause drowsy??? I'm feeling extremely sleepy!!



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Raymond Says:

The doctor has prescribed CANDID-CL to my wife. What is the reason for this precription.


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