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Taken some pre workout supplements and protein supplements. Started abdominal pain. Can take neeri syrup?

hello dr. i am senthil from chennai,i am a body builder,i take some pre work out supplement ,and protein supplement also,for last 4 years ,last monthi susuffered ower abdome pain,i consult my family dr,the dr.told to take 3d scan for whole abdomen , blood and urien test ( KFT,LFT, CREATININE ). THE TEST RESULT COULD BE NORMAL.CAN I TAKE NEERI SYRUP FOR SAFE ZONE FOR KIDNEY...
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Hello Senthil,
Thanks for writing in.

As you have said, last month you had an abdominal pain and got yourself examined by your doctor.
Blood tests were normal, but you have not written anythiing aboout the ultrasound scan findings.

If your ultrasound scan is also normal, there is nothing to worry.
Neeri syrup is an ayuredic medicine generally prescribed for urinary problems.
I dont see anything wrong in taking it as long your blood tests are within normal ranges.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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