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Child and mother suffering from running nose, cough. Prescribed cefpodoxime proxetil, mahapod. Which medication should I give my child and which must I take?

hi myself and my 21/2 yr child went to doctor and we told both r having running nose , cough .doctor prescriped this dad brought lot of medicine for me and for my child.tablet get exchanged.could u tell which tablet for me and which for my 21/2yr child.this medicine is for cold cefpodoxime proxetil tablet u.s.p(mucocef-o-dt 100 other medicine mahapod-100 dt could u tell which i have to take and which one i have to give for child? hi anyone there?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Hi..Both medicines you have told are one and the same...cefpodoxime 100 dt...
100 mg strength is mainly for child age group...and 200 mg strength is for adults to be taken twice make sure you had two different strengths of this medicine....
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