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Suffering from cold. Diagnosed as wheezing problem. Given deriphilin rd. Periods not getting stopped. Is it due to medicine?

O oI 32 years old i had a seveiour cold so i went to the docter he said ur cold is seviour and u have got veesing problem also and he injected me deriphi lin in vain and gave me deriphilin rd &zoxan 500&ebast 10mg now whats my problem is everything took on the second day of my period and my period has not stopped does this tablet creat more bleeding
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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hi deriphyllin causes side effects related stimulation of cardiovascular and central nervous systems on rapid intravenous injections and it does not prolong bleeding.Ebast which contains ebastine causes adverse effects like head ache ,dry mouth,pharyngitis ,abdominal pain ,epistaxis,QT interval prolongation when used along with drugs like ketoconazole or this drug does not create more bleeding and we need to look for some other cause.thank u
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