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Bypass surgery done. Prescribed ceruvin-a, metolar-xr, avas, fatigue, bone dryness. Side effects of medication?

Hello Sir, My father went from Bypass surgery a yr ago n medicines they are taking are Ceruvin A (Morning), metolar Xr 50 (Morning) n in the night Avas 20.... i want to know regarding these medicnes n dad feel nose dry n fatigue n bones dryness are these the sideeffects of medicines n they fart also v much ..... please advise me wat should be done.
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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metolar is famous for severe fatigue and flatulance and dry nose
avas famous for bone dryness and nasopharngitis drynes ceruvin has no side effect u described
advice: change avas with simvastatin and metolar with bisoprolol and hope your problems will be solved
all drugs are necessary for post by pass surgery get alternative i described
take care
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