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Paralytic attack, diabetes, blood pressure, low hemoglobin, side effects of medication for depression

My dad got a paralytic attack last year,his medical history is like he is diabetic patient with a problem of blood pressure ,so we took him to the doctor and was admitted for week slowly and gradually he started recovering ,but now he is feeling very much uneasy ,u say ghabrahat an all,mlast week we got his hemoglobin done so it was only 5.9 which is very low, so our doctor suggested a injcetion named ferikind which is given in IV ,and from past one month he was on medicines for depression ..please help me out are there any side effects of the medicines for depression ,are their anyways to come out of it??
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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the most important part is not of the patient but also of the relative .. who can comfort the patient .. to increase the haemoglobin it is ok .. except for the palpitation (ghabrahat ) which is lame term also used for hyper acidity ..

check it out .. is it indigestion/ burning / lower abdomen .. or just gaseous distention.. daily luke warm water in morning & evening will help to regulate the bowel .. to some extent.. all the effects will wave off when the HB levels gets alright ..
Answered: Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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