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Suffering from asthma from childhood. Taking decdeac 0.5. Wrist and cheek area swollen. Is this the side effects of medicine?

my mother of age about 70yrs. she is suffering from ASTHAM since childhood. now she is taking DECDAC 0.5mg two tabs a day for last 15 days. I see some minor swelling in her chik and wrist area. whats are the side effects of it ? should i stop it gradually? is ther any substitute medicine for asthma . she is alos taken inhellers. ( suggest indian drugs ) . thanks.
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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THIS IS
YOU CAN ADD ANTIALLERGICS MONTELUCAST 10 MG TDS WITH BRONCHODILATOR SYP
CHILD HOOD ASTHMA IS DUE TO ANIMAL MILK AND GOES BEYOND 5 YEARS AND NOT DIGNOSED
ANIMAL MILK ARE ANIMAL PROTEINS ANS ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS
CHILD NEED ONLY BREST MILK FOR 2 YEARS AND NOTHING AFTER THAT
BY ADDING MILK AND DIARY WE INVITE THESE DISEASES INCLUDING ASTHMA
WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY PROTEINS COMPLETELY FROM DIET ADD VEGETABLES FRUIOTS JUICES AND CERAELS
YOU CAN RECOVER WITHIN 3 MONTHS
WITH MEDICINES REDUCED TO MINIMUM OR NO MEDICINES
GET BLOOD SERUM TEST FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBIODIES FOR MILK WHEAT EGG NUTS RICE CHANA POTATO
ELIMINATE DIET ACCORDINGLY TO GET FULL RECOVERY
THIS MY EXPERIENCE OF 25 YEARS
Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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