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my mother nearly two years before met a skin specialist he told it as food allergy and treated with many drugs but still she has that problem.more than three month she using dazit medicine but no any good result. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Sun, Oct 12 '14, 1:28 AM
Dazit M
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i would know the composition of TAB DAZID-M and its side affects ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Sun, Jan 20 '13, 12:19 AM
Antiallergic and hypothyroid
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i had swelling ,itching in my palm( like mosquito bites small red swelling)feet face and even scalp nearly two years before.when met a skin specialist he told it as food alergy and treated with many drugs like atarax, dazit,mebryl,inbetween with wyslone.fed up with poor results after two years i left medication but maintained restriction in diet .i m asthmatic too .now presently diagnosed as hypothyroid,blood tsh 7,t40.29,t3 also .i m taking thyronorm100mg and banocide.after taking i started geting ithching and red patches like before.can i take mebryl last taken drug ?.what is the allergy i m suffering from? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Atarax.
Mon, Apr 23 '12, 9:48 AM
Allergic reaction to Chymoral Forte
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For pain in the lymph gland in the armpit, the Dr. prescribed Chymoral Plus with Ceftum. I developed severe allergy with rashes all over the body with severe itch. Dr. is now treating me for allergy with Atarax and Dazit. I am not getting relief. Has Chymoral caused the allergy? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Atarax.
Sat, Jul 23 '11, 2:41 AM

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