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Taking Sazo, Azoran and Razo for ulcerative colitis. Have fever. Blood tests negative. Side effects of medicine?

my wife suffering with ulcerative colitis ,we are using medicine Sazo,azoran,razo for last three months , recently she suffering from fever we did so many tests but all reports are negative ,the tests are malariya , dengue ,typad, blood culture ,ana ,lft ... is there any side effects using sazo , azoran,razo please let me know
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Sazo i.e.salazopyrine is a drug of choice in ulcerative colitis and is an antibiotics .
Razo i.e. rebaprazole is a proton pump inhibitors and used in hyper acidity .
AZORAN I.E.AZATIOPRIME is immunosuppressants and main side effects are ,
chills,bone marrow depression characterized by leucopenia ,
secondary infection.
So any of above mentioned side effect may be the cause of fever .
Consult your treating doctor and get his opinion.
Good luck. Dr. HET
Answered: Sun, 8 Dec 2013
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