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Treated for squamous cell carcinoma, recovered from effects. Weak, left lung consolidation, on Amoxicilin, potassium. Side effects ?

good morning doc!my father (70 y)was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma(throat cancer) six months back.treatment(surgury & radiotherapy )has been just recoverd from side effects..he is also single kidny patient..very weak.. lost 15 kg.weight.he has caught lung infection ..doc conducted some test and found left lung consolidation.he is taking Amoxicilin and potassium 625 mg three times in a day,vizylac,cobadex 2-2 times, calpol ,one anti fungal also to relieve throat pain,,i want to ask wheather he can take vizylac three times to avoid side effects of amoxicilin or not? thankx AAAAA (noida).
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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what are the side effects your father is complaining of? there are some definite side effects of radiation which is not related to the drugs like dry mouth, loss of taste sensation. swelling in local region. He has got a lung infection and for this reason he has been prescribed with respiratory antibiotics. probable side effects will be loose stool. for this reason he has been given probiotics like vizylac. Two times a day dosing will be adequate. no need to worry. take care.
Answered: Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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