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What causes vomiting, nausea and bronchitis after taking Cyra D?

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Posted on Sat, 7 May 2016
Question: Is cyra-d tablet once taken it is addicted? I had taken when I was vomiting, nausea & allergic bronchitis
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Answered by Dr. BR Hudda (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
It doesn't have addictive potential, you need not to worry

Detailed Answer:
Hello
Welcome to health care magic, I really appreciate your concern.
Cyra D contains raberazole and domperidone which is used for gastritis or hyperacidity as a antiacidity medicines.

it doesn't have addictive potential, so you need not to worry, you will not get addicted if you take it.

However if you can write back to me with these details, I will be able to guide you better
what all symptoms you are having presently if any, and since how long?
have you seen a doctor?
relevant medical history like if you take any other medicine?
do you smoke or consume liquor?

waiting for your reply
Best wishes

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Prasad
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Follow up: Dr. BR Hudda (35 minutes later)
Dear Dr Hudda,

This is actually my son very often has problem of allergy & faces severe Chest congestion Nausea & vomiting. He has visited chest specialist a year back. After taking medicine he was okay, but it reoccurs. Kindly advice.
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Answered by Dr. BR Hudda (8 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Cyra D doesn't have addictive potential

Detailed Answer:
Hello
welcome again and thanks for the follow up question.
Cyra D is not given for allergy and chest congestion, this is antiacidity medicines which is given for drug induced gastritis or hyperacidity.
so you need not to worry, it doesn't have addictive potential.
Hope I could answer your question, please do let me know if you have any more queries.
Best wishes
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Vaishalee Punj
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What causes vomiting, nausea and bronchitis after taking Cyra D?

Brief Answer: It doesn't have addictive potential, you need not to worry Detailed Answer: Hello Welcome to health care magic, I really appreciate your concern. Cyra D contains raberazole and domperidone which is used for gastritis or hyperacidity as a antiacidity medicines. it doesn't have addictive potential, so you need not to worry, you will not get addicted if you take it. However if you can write back to me with these details, I will be able to guide you better what all symptoms you are having presently if any, and since how long? have you seen a doctor? relevant medical history like if you take any other medicine? do you smoke or consume liquor? waiting for your reply Best wishes