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What are the drug actions of sologab, oxyrise OD, plairis, clone and clonaride? Side effects?

my mother is taking this medicine. for what purpose these medicine are used? what are the side effects? whatshe should eat or drink more to get better? does exercisingg can help? medicine names are sologab forte(gabapenmtin methylcoblaamin capsul), oxyrise od 600( oxcarbazepine sustained realse 600 mg) , paliris 3, clone 1, clonaride md 1.
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Tablet solograb forte is use for peripheral neuropathic pain. Gabapentin act by inhibiting pain pathway and methylcobalamine act by regenerating nerve cells.
Tablet Oxcarbazepine is anti epileptic drug use for seizure. It can also used for bipolar disorder and neuropathic pain. Both of these drug have major side effect of sedation, drowsiness.
Tablet paliris is paliperidone which is use for schizophrenia. It has major side effect of extrapyramidal symptoms, tachycardia, and akathisia. It can also lead to increase in weight.

I am not able to find what is contain of clone 1. If it is clonazepam than its use for seizure. It also cause severe sedation.

Dr. Jigar Katwala
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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