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Brown patches on skin, itching if stopped taking Zincolac capsules. Side effects of Zincolac capsules?

Hi There, I have twins brothers who take ZINCOLAC capasules . Since birth. They take it everyday else they get brown patches on their skin and itching. if they stop taking this medicine their skin seems burnt. I want to know if there are any harmful effects or side effects of taking this medicine. They are 27 yrs old now.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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You have been taking ZINCOLAC capasules which contains Calcium d-pantothenate since 27 years without any side effects which are nausea, vomitting, diarrhoea and allergic reactions like severe breathing difficulties, facial swelling, chest tightness and skin rash. But you have none of these. You are to avoid IV calcium/ Ceftriaxone injections. Use with ranitidine hydrochloride(Zantac) may cause Pyrexia, Dyspnoea, Pain In Extremity, Hypoaesthesia, Headache, Deep Vein Thrombosis etc,.
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