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Taking stugeron 25mg, feeling giddiness - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   HI
User :   my mother has been given stugeron 25mg by her doctor. She was feeling giddyness. Can you tell me what is this medicine for.
Doctor :   Why she wen to doctor/ What was the problem? can tell me the symptoms? What doctor said ?
Doctor :   stugeron is Antihistaminics, anti-emetics and antivertigo preparations.
Doctor :   used for itching , for vomiting, used for Giddiness
User :   She is a diabetic and her sugar level was high. For sugar level, she has been given medicine and for giddyness (she was feeling like fainting) for which this medicine has been given.
User :   do you think we would need to have any tests done for her or to show her to ENT
Doctor :   How old is she ?
Doctor :   Stop the medicine if it causing giddiness?
Doctor :   Her sugar levels may be causing giddiness
Doctor :   get Blood sugar levels, Creatinine levels, serum electrolyes-sodium potassium, bicar,
Doctor :   Also get Get hemoglobin A1C to see her bllod sugar control over 3 months
Doctor :   Do you follow me ?
User :   These are all tests to be carried out is it?
Doctor :   yes
User :   for hemoglobin A1C, CBC will not give the result? Is it a different test of hemoglobin
Doctor :   they are different
Doctor :   They are common tests to be one in diabetcis
User :   ok, thanks
Doctor :   You can see the kidney status, you can see diabetic control, you can see hemoglobin levels
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Thank you
User :   one question
User :   stugeron 25mg is given to her because she was feeling giddy.
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