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Is nervousness a side effect of franxit,stelbid,softovac,pan d. ?

hello doctor , my fathers age is first he was suffering from gastric problem.we have consulted with a prescribed franxit,stelbid,softovac,pan d. Now the gastric problem is no more. But he is not like before. He became very lazy, dont want to talk to any outsiders. If taken to public places, he became very nervous.he is telling that at first when he was taking stelbid,he was fine,but after 1month he is having thouse problems again.he doesnot have the normal urge to go to toilet.without the medicine he cant sleep. He is very nervous. Please help.
Asked On : Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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Read your prob, you wrote that your father has gastric prob but the medicine what he take given in case of psychiatric disorder (tab franxit n stelbid ) sedation n laziness n easily fatigue are its side effects so he looks like nervous n lazy. another drug softovac is for constipation n pan d for gastritis. so discuss it with your treating doc.
Answered: Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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