Novamox

What is Novamox?

Its an antibiotic containing Amoxicillin 500mg.People having allergy to Penicillin group may have allergic reaction to it.Other side effect include diarrhea.

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Madam/Sir,my 3&1/2 months old baby was prescribed to take NOVAMOX REDIUSE 3.5ml 3(three) times a day due to his cold.Is it safe for him?...

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Brief Answer:
Not recommended

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What color is the Novamox pediatric drops supposed to be after I mix in the water. Ours is pinkish, does this mean the medicine is not...

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Brief Answer:
Novamox

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Hello. I just read through your question.
Once mixed, Novamox is pink. The color you have is normal and the...

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Hi, My name is XXXXXXX and I have a 1.2 years daughter. She gets a pustule on her knee, it is not so painful but growing and she is not able to...

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Brief Answer:
It is likely to be folliculitis

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It is likely to...

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Madam/Sir,my 3&1/2 months old baby was prescribed to take NOVAMOX REDIUSE 3.5ml 3(three) times a day due to his cold .Is it safe for him?

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Hello Doctor, My 2 year old son has developed cough with barking sound so his pediatrician suggested levolin 1 mg syrup 3 times a day for 5 days...

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My EDD is 13/7 and currently I have completed 20 weeks. I am writing for two troubles: 1) Weight has reduced 2 kgs and perhaps not increased so far...

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My daughter has cough (yellow mucus ), running nose and fever (up to 102) from the past 10 days. Novamox antibiotic was prescribed by the doctor...

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