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Difficulty breathing, taking Gastractiv, Vizylac, Esta, Tazloc and Czpam. Cannot stay alone for long. What is her problem?

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hello doctor, my mom is 52 years old. she has got soffocation problem,it is not probably asthma. she says she has got breathing problem n cant breath properly.. we have consulted doctors regarding this and they say it is because of stress n tension. right now she is on medication, and she takes, gastractiv, vizylac, esta5, tazloc, czpam. she cant stay alone for long time and is always afraid. what is her problem? is this medicines good for her health..
Posted Tue, 10 Jul 2012 in Lung and Chest disorders
Answered by Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma 1 hour later

Welcome to XXXXXXX

Drugs are prescribed by the doctors on the basis of merit. Drugs are given to make health better. If you are giving her as prescribed, you should not worry about good or bad, till there is an adverse reaction.

As she is suffering with hypertension, please get her examined by a Cardiologist for breathing problem. What is her B.P. at present? Is she obese? (Tazloc is for BP)
Please write me composition of esta5.

She is suffering with fear also. Czpam can give her relief during night only.

You can discuss with her Psychiatrist about giving her T.Trika-plus 1/2 morning and one in evening in place of czpam.

Instead of Cap Vizylac you can give her multivitamin with muiltiminerals like T.Supradyn one daily.

If you have further query, please feel free to ask.

With good wishes,
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