Cold and cough. What are the side effects of taxim-o dry syrup?
hi doctor, my baby is 3 and a half month old healthy baby , but due to cold and cough i m giving him Taxim -o dry syrup antibiotic under doctors prescription but wanted to know whehter the medicine is safe for him and what are its side effect and does it have any long term side effect like...
I have 8month baby ( boy )
he face a loose motion problem, can I give him Taxim O dry syrup ??
Taxim -o syrup is an antibiotic and is helpful only in bacterial diarrheas.
It has no role in a viral diarrhea.
You must consult your child specialist and then get the proper medicationprescribed.
It is not proper to self medicate and that too an infant.
Give your child plenty of oral fluids so as to avoid any dehydration and consult a doctor.
i hav a deep wound still its not dried evn after 10 days.i hv taken taxim antibiotic fr 7days(1--1)but still one area is wet and littls white pus is thre.
If the wound is still wet and there is pus, please see a Surgeon.
IT might not have healed properly.
The surgeon needs to look at it, and you might need prolonged dressing and maybe antibiotics even further.
I burned my leg with my phone charger when I was asleep. .er drs told me ot was infected with cellulitis im worried it maybe spreading..how will I know.
if it is infected u need to take antibiotics
1) Tab Taxim -o 200 mg 2 times daily for 5 days
2) Tab Combiflam 3 times daily for 3 days
3)tab Chymoral forte 3 times daily for 3 days daily dressing with T Bact skin oint
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