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Mucus, block in nose. Had ampiclox, cloxacillin. Dizzy while taking drugs. Shall I continue this?

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I have mucus in my nose, and also during the night when i am going to sleep my nose keep blocking even i can not breath, i have visit a doctor and hi given to me ( Ampiclox + Cloxacillin ), and when i am using this drug i am getting DIZZY what should i do please? shall i keep continue with this drug and using it? or you suggest something more ?

Thank you Nazir Ahmad Khosravi.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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hello nazir
you might be getting some reactions or you are not eating properly
you can take---
Tab. Roxithromycin twice daily
Tab. Mucinac 600 once daily
Tab. Ebastine/Loratidine +Phenylephereine /pseudoephedrine twice daily
Xylometazoline nose drops 2 drops both nostril 2 times a day for 5 days only
Physiomer normal saline nasal spray 2 puffs both nostril 2 times a day
follow up after 5 days.
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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