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Suffering from back pain. Taking benfage, milnace, pantodac and powergestic. Have the side effect of stomach problems. What to do?

Hi I am suffering from back ache. last week i went to banglores fine spine surgery hospital. doc recomended MRI and report was normal. he also aks for x ray in bent positions to check for some muscles moment in that also there was no significant moment was observered. He has given me following medicines: benfage forte -42 milnace 25 - 10 pantodac-10 powergestic-15 I am still taking these medicine. but after taking medicines i am getting stomac pain and not feel like eating anything. also i feel like heavy stomac and going to toilet again and again. also mouth taste also very bitter. Please suggest.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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actuallt pwergesic consist of nonsteroid antiinflammaotry drug..which are usually related with stomch ulcer
u should increase ur pantodac dose..
tab.pantodac 40 mg twice in a day befor breakfast and with night dose
for backache u should get physiotherapy,it may help u better
Answered: Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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as you hav said that MRI and X rays are normal. The commom causes left for us are acute muscle stress and postural pain ( if your maximum work is on system or table job )

These medicines are NSAIDs . Causes the problems as mentioned by you . Take some digene and teduce NSAIds. Rest for 3-5 days is good for you

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Answered: Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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