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Having fever. Took raciper d and zanocin. Started dehydration, feeling cold, shivering hand. What is the cause?

hello doctor... doctor was ill for two days having fever.. i ate raciper d, zanocin.and sinarest. calpol 650 mg. for two days...and after two days at night i had dehydration with felling cold in hands n legs..and unable to stand.. shivering hands..and than started conjestion of fingers in ..stomach as if gone in..and tongue gone in unable to speak...than i went hospital n had sline.. now i am fine ..but this happens often to me..why..due to antibiotic tablets
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. when you get fever you might be practicing severe diet restrictions.
and taking tablets in empty stomach. in that case patient feels dehydrated nervous etc due to
gastritis vomiting sensation pains etc. they are relieved if infusion is given. thank you.
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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