FAQs ABOUT MEROGUARD INJECTION
Can MEROGUARD INJECTION be used in children?
MEROGUARD INJECTION is generally not recommended to use in children below 3 months and it should be used with caution in children 3 months and older. Your doctor will administer the right dose depends on your child’s age, body weight and severity of the infection.
Can I stop receiving MEROGUARD INJECTION if I feel my condition improved?
No. You should not stop receiving the treatment even when you feel your condition improved. Stopping the treatment may bring back the infection or you may develop resistance to MEROGUARD INJECTION.
What are the common side effects of MEROGUARD INJECTION?
The common side effects of MEROGUARD INJECTION are abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, skin rash, itchy skin, pain, and inflammation. Consult your doctor if the above symptom does not improve.
Is it safe to receive MEROGUARD INJECTION during pregnancy and lactating?
MEROGUARD INJECTION should not be used during pregnancy and lactating unless the benefit justifies the potential risk to the foetus. Consult your doctor before receiving.
Can I use MEROGUARD INJECTION in patients having epilepsy?
Before using MEROGUARD INJECTION, consult your doctor regarding epilepsy as the medicines used for the treatment of epilepsy may interfere with the effects of MEROGUARD INJECTION.