FAQs ABOUT LIZOMED DRY SYRUP
Is LIZOMED DRY SYRUP safe to use in patients with kidney problems?
LIZOMED DRY SYRUP should be used with caution in patients with kidney problems especially if the patient is on dialysis. Your doctor may monitor your kidney function test regularly to prevent any unusual effects. Consult your doctor before taking LIZOMED DRY SYRUP.
What if I forget to take a dose of LIZOMED DRY SYRUP?
If you forget a dose of LIZOMED DRY SYRUP, take it as soon as you remember. However, if it is almost time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and take the next scheduled dose at the prescribed time. Do not double the dose to make up for the missed dose as this may increase the chances of developing side effects.
Can I stop taking LIZOMED DRY SYRUP on my own?
Continue taking LIZOMED DRY SYRUP until your doctor tells you to stop it or unless you experience any unwanted effects, worsening of your condition or any new symptoms. In such a case, contact your doctor right away. Do not stop taking LIZOMED DRY SYRUP because if you feel better. If you do so, your infection may get worse again.
Does LIZOMED DRY SYRUP cause diarrhoea?
Yes, LIZOMED DRY SYRUP may cause diarrhoea in some individuals. To manage this effect, drink lot of fluids, such as water to keep yourself hydrated. Avoid eating high-fat or spicy foods. Try to avoid taking any medicine on your own to treat diarrhoea and consult your doctor if the symptom gets worse.
Can LIZOMED DRY SYRUP be used during pregnancy?
LIZOMED DRY SYRUP is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless advised by the doctor. Consult your doctor before taking LIZOMED DRY SYRUP if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant.
Can I face any problems after stopping LIZOMED DRY SYRUP treatment?
LIZOMED DRY SYRUP can cause some bacteria to multiply, which are normally present in the bowel and normally harmless. Inform your doctor if you notice any side effects occurring several weeks after stopping treatment with LIZOMED DRY SYRUP like severe stomach cramps, watery and severe diarrhoea (which may be bloody) or fever.