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Late sixties, have recurring episodes of frequent chills with pain on temples, nausea, vomiting sensation due to belching, no diabetes or BP. Had taken Razo-20. Cause?

Hi, Namasthe. My wife ,age 68, at times she complains of cold shivering and uses blanket to cover .at that time she complains of head ache at the temple s and she feels nausia and because of belching vomits food or drink she took insmall portions. she is NOT diabetic or B.P patient.Some time back RAZO-20 was prescribed .But it was stopped after3 weeks,this problem reoccured after about a month.
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Hi spbkar

Thanks for your questions.

do your wife have fever?i think she had fever with headache so please consult a general practitioner urgently to investigate the case and reach the diagnosis about the cause of fever.

About Razo-20 it is a peptic ulcer drug so if she had digestion problem then she can continue it.

Thank you
Answered: Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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