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Hair fall, taking avodart tablets, face swollen, taken ecophane, have ulcerative colitis, using asacol

Hi, I am a 29-years-old man . Recently I have been using Avodart tablets for my hair loss treatment for 1 month and now I have my face swellen and darkened under my eyes. I also have taken Ecophane for this treatment during this period and since I have ulcerative colitis , I am also using ASACOL and Azathiopryne tablets. I will appreciate your help if you let me know what the cause of this is. Thanks in advance Ramtin
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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Hi swelling of the face can be due to ur ukcerative colitis drugs especially azathioprine drug.first avoid that drug and then atarax 25 mg at night.alaspan in the morning antibiotic twice daily and oral steriods for short course can be used.once swelling subsides the darkness under the eyes is subsided.if no response use evion cream twice daily.
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