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Fever, cold, persistent headaches, back pain. Taking ranitidine. History of gastritis. Treatment?

my father is suffering from fever and cold with pursuant headache . he is 58 years old and currently serves in a bank which requires daily sitting around 5-6 hours and that is the reason he to have back pain due to gastric. he weighs 75 kg . he is currently taking Acilock ( ranitidine ) on a regular basis ..please advice what should we do get him rid of frequent health problems. if you need any other information do let me know. thank u.
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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Hi Sandeep,

Thanks for posting your query.

It seems like your father has an acute viral fever. Please give him steam inhalation twice daily, he can also take Dolo 650mg three times a day, after food for next 2 days. Anti-allergics like Cetrizine will help in releiving the cold.

He should also take adequate rest. He may take a day off at work and rest at home. Let him continue to take Aciloc.

I wish him quick recovery.

Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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