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Having abdominal pain, back pain and mild headache. What should be done? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Oct-2013
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User:Hi Doctor
User:I'm XXXXXXX and I have a question
Doctor:Pl go ahead
User:last Sunday I got fever and went to Doctor on Monday morning. Doctor prescribed me CETCIP-L 5MG TAB(Levocetirizine), NICIP PLUS TAB (Nimesulide+Paracetamol), and CEPHADEX-500 MG CAP(Cephalexin). But the Chemist gave me ciprofloxacin tabs instead of cephalexin. I didn't notice and took for two days(on Monday and Tuesday) totally 4 tabs of ciprofloxacin. On Tuesday night, I got severe stomach ache and went again to doctor and he asked me to take Gelucil, but no relief till today. I still have abdominal, back pain, and mild headache. Please advise what should be done.
Doctor:I am reading
Doctor:You can stop NICIP PLUS
Doctor:it could be the cause
Doctor:You can take simple paracetmol
Doctor:Are you reading me?
Doctor:Please continue the medicine as it is along with GELUSIL
User:I already stopped taking medications from Wednesday
User:still I have stomach ache
Doctor:You should have continued CIPLOX
User:you mean ciprofloxacin?
Doctor:You can add Tab Zinetac 150mg thrice a day before meal for five days
Doctor:CIPLOX and Zinetac should be good
Doctor:If you have severe pain please see the doctor again
User:ok I will, but how will I reduce my stomach ache and back pain.
Doctor:Stomach pain Zinetac
Doctor:Back pain you can apply VOVERON gel over it
Doctor:over the back and take hot shower / hot pack over it
User:ohh ok, got it. Thank you very much.
Doctor:THank you
Doctor:Bye for now
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