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Having dry cough. Took dhasedyl syrup. Can I take Neuflo and Denzen?

Hi Doctor Mintz,, may i know .... I having dry cough and used to take dhasedyl syrup which was given by my company doctor but today i went to pharmacy and ask for the dry cough medicine, they tell me to buy Neuflo tablet 20mg and Denzen... Is it the same reaction ?? What type of medicine is having the same treatemnt or reliefs ka dhasedyl syrup or similar ? thank you
Thu, 9 May 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
It is important to know for how long you have been coughing. Is it associated with other symptoms like chest pain, wheezing, weight loss, fever? What triggers the cough? All these clinical symptoms and family history of asthma and other chronic bronchopneumopathies are important considerations. Other risk factors like smoking are important to know.
You might need to consult your primary care physician for a clinical examination and a chest X ray to be sure or orient an appropriate diagnosis. Based on these finding, appropriate medications could then be prescribed.
Thanks and hope this helps,
Best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
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Having dry cough. Took dhasedyl syrup. Can I take Neuflo and Denzen?

Hi and thanks for the query, It is important to know for how long you have been coughing. Is it associated with other symptoms like chest pain, wheezing, weight loss, fever? What triggers the cough? All these clinical symptoms and family history of asthma and other chronic bronchopneumopathies are important considerations. Other risk factors like smoking are important to know. You might need to consult your primary care physician for a clinical examination and a chest X ray to be sure or orient an appropriate diagnosis. Based on these finding, appropriate medications could then be prescribed. Thanks and hope this helps, Best regards, Luchuo, MD.