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4yrs old son is a hyperactive victim and delay Speech.

Good MOrning Sir, My 4yrs old son is a hyperactive victim and delay Speech. Speech had been gradually improving since 3months. Yeasterday our doctor prescribed 1. Movacobal syrup, 2,Pritam Syrup, 3. Axepta-10 Tabs. May i know the exact reason for this medication. Are they any side effect in the long/short run after using them,
Asked On : Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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Hi, Your son is suffering from attention deficit hyperactive disorder. A common behavioural disorder affecting commonly males. The child will require the treatment for minimum 6 months and to be continued for a year after evaluation of the child.The side effects include, dry mouth, tiredness, irritability, nausea, decreased appetite, constipation, dizziness, sweating, urinary retention or hesitancy, increased obsessive behavior, weight changes.
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