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Fractured femur, hip injury repaired, no relief with medicines and exercise. Get heavy head and eyes with Aceclosenac. Help?

Hello there! My mother has been prescribed Zerodol-P 500+100 which she has been taking because she had an injury to her hip. In December she had a fractured femur and had a new one fitted. She has also been having specialist exercise, but is still feeling pain and difficulty walking. She is then prescribed Aceclosenac 60mg, and is feeling heavy headed and eyes too. She is bit confused what to do now as she is worried that something is not right. Can you please help?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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looking at the history it seems that your mother has undergone hemiarthroplasty or toatal hip replacement surgery . there should not be much pain now after 3 months of surgery . any how you consult your orthopedic surgeon . check weather every thing is going right if not satisfied then take one more opinion .
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