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Dexorange syrup is an iron based preparation given to enhance the body iron stores and to cure anaemia.In a 3 year old girl you can safely give two teaspoonfuls ten ml once daily preferably half an hour before any meal.It can cause constipation as side effect.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
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I am 24 Yrs old and my hair is falling more , i am very much worried and don t know what to do, I consulted one doctor and he suggested me DEXORANGE syrup , i am taking it more than a month , it is not working , still my hair is falling more. Kindly suggest me some thing effectively please.
hi, my name XXXXXXX i live in usa. i have 4 years old son and i found some gray hair in his hair i am very worried about him i saw in google some dr, in lilavati hospital he said dexorange syrup and macalvit syrup i shoud give too the kids. but i have very big problem i can t found this medication in usa pharmacy . please can you tell me what can i give it too him. so i can found easly in here.
hi sir, my father age 58 yrs. hb level is 7.9 and doctor advised to take dexorange one tablet per day. we started it. after few days my family doctor advised to take two tablets per day for 10days and then change one tablet per day.. from today onwards we need to reduce the dosage.. i need your suggestion
Hi, My Mother started suffering from constipation after a dialysis session. she had blood in her stool today when she went to toilet after taking the motion tonic..she did not had constipation or blood in stool earlier...does dialysis cause this side effect?
Wife is 65 years old and suffers from extreme constipation. She receives excellent medical care, UNC & Duke graduates, but neither her primary physician or her plethora of specialists seem to be able to offer practical suggestions.
Situation resulted from surgery in 2001 four “flat back” syndrome secondary to scoliosis. Nerve damage occurred during surgery with many negative outcomes, such as, chronic pain, bladder and bowel dysfunction, some paralysis in right leg.
She manages well, in spite of, these difficulties and prior to surgery was high functioning in very responsible position.
She takes heavy narcotics for pain which, of course, contributes to her problem. Also, she takes Miralax and copious fluids.
Bowel movements are unpredictable and can take hours to complete. This part of her disability severely constricts her quality of life.
Are there any suggestions, short of a colostomy, which might alleviate her symptoms of constipation, as well as, relieving the constipation itself.
I understand this is a complicated medical situation, but I am interested only in the bowel management issues.
Any suggestions? Any recommendations? Any solutions?
Thanks very much for your time and attention to this problem.
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