FAQs ABOUT KLARIM 500 TABLET
What is KLARIM 500 TABLET used for?
KLARIM 500 TABLET is used to treat infections like upper respiratory tract infections (pharyngitis, and sinusitis), lower tract respiratory infections (bronchitis and pneumonia), middle ear infections (acute otitis media), skin and soft tissue infections (impetigo, folliculitis, cellulitis and abscesses), tooth and mouth infections (periapical abscess, periodontitis) as well as in patients with duodenal ulceration and helicobacter pylori infection.
If I start feeling well, can I skip the dose of KLARIM 500 TABLET?
No. You should complete the full course of KLARIM 500 TABLET as prescribed by your doctor. It is important that KLARIM 500 TABLET be taken at the right dose and for the right duration given. Otherwise, the symptoms can prevail and sometimes worsen.
Will taking KLARIM 500 TABLET more than the given dose provide a faster cure?
No, self-medication will always harm and result in an adverse reaction. Upon taking KLARIM 500 TABLET more than the given dose, you may suffer from serious vomiting and stomach pain, in such cases consult a doctor immediately and go to the nearby hospital.
Who cannot take KLARIM 500 TABLET?
KLARIM 500 TABLET is not recommended for patients who have allergic reactions, fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat, abnormal low levels of potassium or magnesium in the blood. Consult a doctor before taking KLARIM 500 TABLET.
Can KLARIM 500 TABLET be given to pregnant women?
KLARIM 500 TABLET does not have adequate data, hence the medicine is not advised unless the potential benefit justifies the potential risk. Consult a doctor for advice before taking KLARIM 500 TABLET.
Can KLARIM 500 TABLET cause diarrhoea?
Yes, KLARIM 500 TABLET can cause serious diarrhoea during or after antibiotic use. Usually, discontinuation of medicine can subside diarrhoea. However, if diarrhoea persists or if there is blood in the stool then immediately consult a doctor for advice.