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Tiredness, dizzy spells, digestion problems, back pain. Taking Dicorate ER, ficium, provanol medication. How are these symptoms treated?

hello sir,i was started taking dicorate er750,ficium 5 and 10 and provanol 20 for 3 to 4 years .but there is much discomtinuty was tere .now my helth is all good .but when i do not get enough sleep and come down to work i i get tired and some time i feel down unconciously .now i have very sevior digation problems are arise and some time the back pain .
Asked On : Tue, 15 May 2012
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Hello siddhartha,
First of all, let me tell you that it is extremely inappropriate to stop anti-epileptic drugs like dicorate ER on your own. They need to be tapered by a physician. I think what you are currently experiencing is a relapse and you need to go back to your physician and start proper anti-epileptic treatment again. Lack of sleep is known to trigger epileptic fits and this is a serious condition.
For the digestion problems, I think you need to eat small regular healthy meals every 3-4 hours. Also, exercise for atleast 30-40 minutes daily. Drugs like proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole also need to be taken. These are prescription drugs and you need to speak with your physician about this.
An ultrasound of the abdomen may be needed and you need an in person assessment ( a consultation with a physician) to check these problems.
Please see a physician soon.
Hope this helps
Answered: Tue, 15 May 2012
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