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Sore throat, chronic condition. Taking Neoclav. Should I change the medication?

I am having a very bad throat for the last two days and I tyook Neoclav 625 mg. Is it OK? I have got a packeet of 10 Tabletsof Neoclav 625 mg. I have taken 1 each tablet yesterday night and today morning and goiong to take 1 tablet after lunch. This is to be continjued for 3 days. Is it OK? Pl advise me if you owant to change this treatment.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
mr menon,there can be many causes for a BAD THROAT.viral infections,bacterial infections,fungal infections,ulcerative diseases,tumours etc etc.you should get your throat examined by a doctor to get the right diagnosis and correct treatment. dr praveen.
Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Rajendra Prasad Shaw's  Response
YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE SELF MEDICATION. SELF MEDICATION IS VERY DANGERIOUS. ONLY YOUR DOCTOR CAN ADVISED YOU WHICH IS THE BEST ANTIBIOTIC FOR YOUR BODY AFTER YOUR TEST AND COTHERAPY ALSO PRESCRIBED. SO, IT IS NOT OK. AS YOU STARTED THE TAB. AND IF THERE IS NO ANY PROBLEM THEN MAY CONT. IT THREE TIMES DAILY FOR 05 DAYS.
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