FAQs ABOUT ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP
Q. What ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP is used for?
A. ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP is used in pediatric patients to treat bacterial infections caused by susceptible strains of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria (affecting different parts of the body) which is also used in combination with other medicines to treat stomach ulcers.
Q. How does ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP work?
A. ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP works by inhibiting the synthesis of penicillin-binding proteins which leads to the activation of autolytic enzymes in bacterial cell wall resulting in lysis/destruction of bacterial cell wall thus preventing the spread of infection in affected children.
Q. Can ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP stain teeth?
A. Yes, ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP may stain the teeth which may occur very rarely in children. Good oral hygiene practices like brushing teeth may help to prevent it. Consult your doctor if the symptom persists.
Q. What are the side effects of ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP?
A. The most common side effects of taking ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP are skin rash, nausea, and/or diarrhoea. These symptoms will subside after treatment. Consult your doctor if any of these symptoms worsen in the child.
Q. Can ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP be used in children affected with liver problems?
A. Yes, ALMOX 125MG DRY SYRUP can be used but with caution in children with liver problems such as hepatic impairment. Consult and inform your doctor before administering the medicine to the child.