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Old 6th August 2007, 17:03   #16
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What kind of medicines that I should carry for this long journey.
The normal for sick,cold,head achce,upset stomach.Anything else for the kind of changes that we encounter while climbing up.
One shouldn't take any medicines without doctor's prescription, but for emergencies I carry the following -

Avomine - for motion sickness
Dependal - for loose motions
Pudin hara
Combiflam
Disprin

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For the baby, please first consult your pediatrician and ask him the specific medicines that can be given for situations like

Fever
Cold
Dehydration (this is the most important as it can largely happen in travelling babies - doc will provide a suitable ORS as applicable to your baby)
Indigestion

we had faced a similar issue with another Baby where the originally prescribed medicine was not available and the pharmacist gave an alternative medicine, and that alternative medicine was not suitable for that baby. So alternatives has to be confirmed by your Doc.
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What kind of medicines that I should carry for this long journey.
The normal for sick,cold,head achce,upset stomach.Anything else for the kind of changes that we encounter while climbing up.
I am not expert in baby medicine, but for Adults (only under supervision of a physician):

1. Domstol/Domel - For nausea
2. Metrogil - For stomach cramps
3. Crocin - For headache, Fever
4. Amoxyllin - Broad spectrum antibiotic
5. Pantazole - Antacid
6. ORS- For dehydration
7. Dependle- Loose stools

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Hi Navin,

Thanks for quick reply.

I have few questions.What do you mean by "trta packs of milk".Also what is a "head gear" ?
Hi Naveen,

Nandini Goodlife, 100% cow milk without any preservatives, ready to use, can be stored more than three months, in normal room temp.

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-manju
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for your inputs.

greatdrive,I am covering the trip to Agra in car.I have booked tickets for Delhi-Kalka-Shimla too.


bottle , yes I plan to get gerber food.I plan to feed by baby with that few days before we start so that she get used to it.I am not sure if I can get that in Nilgiris dept store here in Bangalore.How much does that cost a piece?
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