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Prone to cold, weakness, tiredness. Advised Azithromycin, torex. Suggestion?

SIR MY DAUGHTER 19 YRS HAD HER BLOOD TEST DONE , TOTAL WBC COUNT IS MILDLY INCREASED IN NOS. WITH NORMAL MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION. TOTAL LEUCOCYTE COUNT IS 0000.. SHE WAS SUFFERING FROM COLD AND IS PRONE TO COLD .she was feeling weak. tired. THE DOCTOR HS PRESCRIBED HER 1/ Teleccst L ( BY LUPIN) 1 TB. DAILY. FOR SIX DAYS. 2/ AZITHROMYCIN 500MG . 1 TB DAILY FOR SIX DAYS 3/ TOREX SYRUP. IS IT OK, PLS ADVICE.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Dear
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

You daughter might be suffering from low immune problem. The medicines prescribed are apt and you should also take care with balanced diet. Iron, Vitamin C and vitamin B family along with certain minerals can help your daughter.

Include leafy vegetables, carrot, beet root and gooseberry juice in your daughters diet daily. These things are known to increase immunity.

Good luck to your daughter.
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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