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Wheezing, burping, bloating with costipation. Advised ganaton, robonik & benzar forte. History of plural effusion.

I am wheezing and heavy burping / flatulenpee / bloating with constipation . I am being prescribed with ganaton OD, Robonik 20, Enzar Forte along with Bro zedex TM. I had been a history of Plural Effusion in 1994 and I am now 57yrs old Male. Could you suggest the food and habits including any change required in my medication. Thanks and Best Regards, kngreddy
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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I really appreciate your concern and looking to the given history here I would advise you to cut down the medicine which is not that much required and for that you need to discus this with your physician meanwhile you can try "Lyophilized lactobacillus " hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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