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Suffering from frequent bowel movements. On Radiflox-OZ, Onam, Losar, Gluconorm, Thyroup, Rosumac, Descal medication. Treatment?

What should i do? My mom is suffering from frequent motion from last one month. She is also a sufferer of diabetes , blood pressure , cholesterol , thyroid . Our doctor has prescribed following tablets: 1. Tablet Radiflox-OZ 2. Capsule Lab-OD 3. Tablet Onam (8mg) 4. Losar A 5. Tablet Gluconorm SR (1gm) 6. Tablet Thyroup (50mcg) 7. Tablet Rosumac (10mg) 8. Tablet Losar (50mg) 9. Tablet Descal-MZ (500mg) So can you can please suggest me the right medicine to take so that my mom gets relief from frequent motion.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
either due to medicines there is decreased immunity and one get this
or food allergies undiagnosed can cause various system involvement long before the stomach symptomps appear
it can syart at any time by any food by any medicine at any age and time
you cosult doctor to change salts if some ar giving trub
dont forget to get blood serum tests for common food we take
specific antibodies for milk wheat potato chana rice nuts egg and other food we take daily
and f positiv go for elimination of food componens
if all problems have deceloped due to misdiagnosed allergies your other symptomps will alo be improved by food elimination diet
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