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Fever and cough, taken dolowin plus, moxikind-CV-650mg, piriton expectorant

hi.. i was suffering for fever and caugh from 2 days... also i informed doctor that some heat ball s coming regularly one after the other for past 1 month even after taking tablets for that... So, doctor gave me some injection for fever and prescribed me a tab dolowin plus and Moxikind-CV-650mg with a Syrup Piriton Expectoration ... may i know exactly that will all this prescription works for my problem..???
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Thanks for your query
I have gone through your problem in detail.
your age and diabetic status would have given me a better over view regarding heat boil.if yiu are having recurrent heat boil get your sugar levels tested
Cough and fever suggest respiratory tract infections and the tab dolowin is to reduce fever and moxikind cv is to control infection
hope I have answered your query in detail.
wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 8 Nov 2013
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