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Suffering with MG crises, taking cap. What are treatment options?

Hi Dr Kirthhi; I am patient of MG since around 8 years. Suffered with MG crises around 2 years back. After IVIG and steroid theropy recovered back. Now, as on date, I am taking Azoran 100 mg Mestinon 420 mg, for heart clopivas & ecosprin 75mg each, Shelcal 500mg, Atrovastine 20mg & Rejunex 500mg. I am frequently suffering with throught & Dental problems. Mostly taking Cifaxime 250 mg BD as a 5 days course. Kinly tell me, is their any of the medicine which is controdicting with any other of these medicins? Is this not due to over doze/sideeffect of Azoran? Regards, Subhash
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.

Since you are an MG patient,chances of getting dental problems are very high.
The side effects of the drugs also can cause gum infection.
I would suggest you to get a thorough dental check-up done.
Deep scaling is advisable.
Get your decayed teeth filled.
Maintain good oral hygiene.
Use chlorhexidine mouthwash to prevent plaque accumulation.
please get a dental check-up in every 6 months.
take care.
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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