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Side effects of usage of telekast-l tablet for four months daily

usage of telekast-l tablet for four months daily once in evening Hai sir, suffering with cough and wheezing since from last three months back, telekast-l tablet 10 mg prescribed for me daily once, for 1 month ,after stopping the tablet, cough persists so iam taking same tablet whether it is safe for long duration. please guide what to do
Asked On : Tue, 14 Jun 2011
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You probably are suffering from Asthma for which you need to also be on inhalers. Just taking Telekast-L will not help. You can continue taking it but it makes the throat dry to some extent which can also add to the cough. You must consult your Doctor regarding the requirement for inhaled bronchodilator for use since you have wheezing, then you can reduce Telekast-L as well.
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