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Tablet for running nose

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Dr. Nagamani Ng MD

What is the tablet I can take for normal cold , headache and running nose ... View answer

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Dr. Shruti Rijhwani MD

Hello, my wife is 6 months pregnant. She has throat pain, running nose, headache with mild fever. Can she take Panadol tablet ( Crocin / Pandadol ) ? Also, can she take Montek LC tablet ? Please... View answer

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Dr.  Vaishalee Punj MD

I am having a running nose for couple of days and throat infection . Have not taken any tablets. Please help me to get better. ... View answer

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Dr.  Sandip Kabra MD

I am having a problem of running nose, nose block, irritation inside of mouth, irritation in eyes, sneezing etc. this problem is for the past 20 years+. I am continuously using anti allergic tablets ... View answer

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Dr. Priyanka G Raj MD

I have severe running nose and dry cough for the last three weeks. I took few medicine and still not recovered. please find the attachment for tablet I have taken ( dated 18 July)and new prescription. ... View answer

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Dr.     Behar Greca MD

My wife Rosy age 34 is suffering from Asthma,runny nose and little bit of fever and always feeling sleepy.She has been given Luminac 2 tablets,telecast 2 tablets,pantop 2 tablets,ketrol 2... View answer

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Dr.  Sandip Kabra MD

my daughter is 16 month old and she having running nose. Running nose for her is ofeneely in a monthe or so. My doctor suggest the Maxta for running nose and Montair-4... View answer

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Dr.   Olsi Taka MD

hi sir iam suffering with running nose and due to this iam suffering with severe headache.whenever i sneeze iam getting severe pain inside my head.also i have taken a tablet called coldact ... View answer

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Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani MD

tablets. Previously I had taken cetrizine. Because of drowsiness, i switched to vozet. Though the allergy ... to continue with antihistamine tablets? ... View answer

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Dr. SAMEEN BIN NAEEM MD

I have a cold runny nose was taking codral cold and flue tablets yesterday I started to feel quite ... think it could have been from cold tablets ... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.  Goswami Debopom MD

Hello. I would start Tablet Pheniramine 25 mg tablet. Regards.

Dr. Venkata Subrahmanaym Mukkavilli MD

hi, Running nose is a viral infection. Antibiotics do not help. Take Sinarest tablets 2-3 times daily. Steam inhalation with Karval cap sqeezed in to the water 2-3 times a day. Do not expose yourself...

Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

Hi Tamiliniyan. Running nose associated with fever, body ache, headache, then Sinarest is effective. Just for running nose you may take levocetrizine tablet which has less side effects as...