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Does cefpodoxime proxeteil prescribed for typhoid give slight dizziness and fever ?

I am suffering from typhoid and being treated with cefpodoxime proxeteil since four days Slight fever and dizziness persists all through the day Is it normal I am suffering from typhoid and being treated with cefpodoxime proxeteil since four days. Slight fever and dizziness persists all through the day. Is it normal?
Asked On : Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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hi rupali;
Please check your temperature .Normally typhoid fever takes at least 48 hrs to break but after that there should be no fever unless the titre of typhoid is high or the organism is not sensitive to the antibiotic.Tiredness also causes mild dizziness.If even on 5 th day after taking antibiotic fever does not go then you will have to consult a Physician so that if required he may change your antibiotic or advise admission if he feels you are dehydrated or require intravenous antibiotic treatment.Please consult a Physician (M.D).
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