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Constant chest and stomach pain, low appetite, constipation, TB ruled out, prescribed Forecox, Alprax. Will these help?

Hello,sir my mother has between chest and stomach pain about a month.Recently i instructed by a Dr.(with Gold medalist , Medicine specialist ) to take 1.forecox. 2. alprax . 3.Rekool. TB test has been done and not detected.The probelm is that my mother is not taking any food , vomiting if taken,no stool too.Are above three medicine will cure all the problems.Is forecox is required after seeing the TB report(Not Detected.) Thnx in advance.........
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Hi Akmkumar,
The medication right now prescibed to your mother is only for TB, which you told that is coming negative in report.
Some time it is very difficult to detect the TB of intestine which can present in the form which your mother is suffering. So doctors try to see if the patient is responding clinically to the medication for the TB, most probably your doctor is also trying to do the same, but if there is no improvement in a months than it is important to think for some other factor which can be causing this problem.
I would suggest you to consult some gastroenterologist and try to find find accordingly the main problem which is causing this to your mother.

Thanks and take care.
Answered: Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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