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Cough, cold, fever, sweating, side effects of taking pause-500, esiflo 250, augmentin 650, doxobid 500, aciloc rd

HI .. I AM SUFFERING FROM COUGH AND COLD AND SOMETIMES FEVER COMES AND GOES WITH THE SWEATING ...SOMETIME BLOOD ALSO COMES WITH THE COUGH BASICALLY EARLY IN THE MORNING..AND MY DOCTOR HAS SUGGESTED ME TO TAKE PAUSE-500(THREE TIMES A DAY),ESIFLO 250(THREE TIMES A DAY), AUGMENTIN 650 DUO(THREE TIMES A DAY),DOXOBID-500 (TWO TIMES IN A DAY)AND AC LOC RD..(TWO TIMES A DAY)..... FOR 7 DAYS ..i want to know is it ok to take this much tablets....or are they haveing any sideeffects...
Asked On : Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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this symptoms my be in problems like bronchitis or bronchiiectasis .so you has to be evaluated .blood in sputum may be danger symptom . so you need CT chest, sputum culture and if sputum suggestive of some infection you need antibiotics .above medicines you are taking won't cause problem so you can take safely.side effects may be mild like gastritis (doxobid).
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