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Due to heavy drinking feel weak, prescribed Pentocid, Enzar and Neurobion with heart medicine Tezloc and Clopviterva. Suggest?

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SIR,
DUE TO HEAVY DRINK, I FEEL VERY WEAKNESS , I XXXXXXX TO DOCTOR,
DOCTOR RECOMMENED TAB. 1) PENTOCID 2)ENZAR FORTE 3) NEUROBION FORTE
I HAVE ALSO TAKEN FOR MY HEART 1) TEZLOC BETA 2) CLOPVITERVA
PL ADVICE

THANKS
XXXXXXX XXXXX
Posted Tue, 8 Oct 2013 in Medicines and Side Effects
 
 
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 55 minutes later
Hello,
Thanks for the query.
Brief answer...most likely due to electrolyte loss and low blood pressure
Detailed answer...
Since you are already taking medicine for your blood pressure,heavy drinking can reduce your blood pressure.
Heavy alcoholic intake dehydrated you badly resulting in loss of water and potassium etc.
Both dehydration and low blood pressure is causing weakness to you.
Take orange juice,lemon and banana ( it will take care of potassium loss ) along with plenty of fluids.
You should be all right in couple of days.
Make it a point in future not to resort to binge drinking as it can prove to be very harmful and sometimes ,even fatal. Alcoholism leads to nutritional deficiency so you should review with your doctor the next time about Vit B and C deficiency. This may lead to mineral loss as well.
Keep taking your medications as advised.
I hope it helps however you may revert to me for any further query.
Best of luck
Thanks
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Follow-up: Due to heavy drinking feel weak, prescribed Pentocid, Enzar and Neurobion with heart medicine Tezloc and Clopviterva. Suggest? 53 minutes later

Sir,

I Have Also Taking Addiction Killer (Herbal Medicine) For Drinking

Pl. Advice About Any Side Effect

thanks
 
 
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 1 hour later
Hello,
I have not heard of any medicine called as addiction killer.
Kindly please let me know the contents of this herbal medicine so that I am in a position To comment upon the usefulness and side effects.
Thanks
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Follow-up: Due to heavy drinking feel weak, prescribed Pentocid, Enzar and Neurobion with heart medicine Tezloc and Clopviterva. Suggest? 1 hour later
SIR,

Contents of this herbal medicine, as below ( each 100 gms. contains)
TEJPATRA 2 GM
PURANRVRA 5 "
HARAR 3 "
BAHERA 3 "
AAWLALA 3 "
BRAHAMI 5 "
BACH 3 "
ASHWAGHANDHA 4 "
GOKHURU 3 "
TULSI 5 "
SOYA 3 "
NISOTH 5 "
VEEDARI 20 "
GILOY 4 "
BHIRNAGRAJ 5 "
KASANI 3 "
BHUAI AAWALA 5 " XXXXXXX CHHAL 3 "
NAGARMOTHA 5 "
SOUNTH 5 "
NIACINAMIDE 20 MG
VITAMIN A 1000 I.U
VITAMIN B1 1 MG
VITAMIN B2 2 MG
VITAMIN B6 2 MG
VITAMIN B 12 2 MCG
VITAMIN C 60 MG
VITAMIN E 100 I.U
ZINC 20 MG
SELENIUM 500 MG
CHIROMIUM 200 MG
MAGNAESIUM 5 MG
POTASSIUM 5 MG
FOLIC ACID 1000 MCG
BASE qs

I TAKE THAT MEDICINE LAST 6 DAYS, AS PER TV ADVT. I HAVE PURCHASE THIS
PRODUCT & THIS IS TWO MONTH COURSE & COST OF THAT MEDICINE RS 2950/-
PER MONTH.

MY ENGLISH IS VERY WEEK, SO PL. TRY TO UNDERSTAND

THANKS/REGARDS

 
 
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 4 hours later
Hello,
I have read the contents and find that it has both herbal and allopathic contents.
The product is good and has many vitamins,minerals and anti oxidants in it, but I don't know how far it will be successful in helping you in your addiction.You may use the product and see the effect yourself.
Kindly don't depend entirely upon the medicine.You must develop sufficient will power so as to resist the temptation to drink.
best of luck to you.
Thanks
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