FAQs ABOUT NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY
Q: How does NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY work?
A: NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY relieves pain by increasing the pain threshold by inhibiting certain enzymes (COX-1 and COX-2) involved in synthesis of chemicals responsible for inducing pain (prostaglandins). It reduces fever by directly acting on heat-regulating centers in the brain, resulting in vessel relaxation, sweating, and loss of body heat.
Q: What is NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY used for?
A: NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY contains Paracetamol which belongs to the group of medicines called Analgesics and Antipyretics. It is used to treat pain and fever (high temperature) in children (from 3 months to 12 years of age) who finds it difficult to take the medicine orally.
Q: How to administer NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY to my child?
A: Administer NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY to your child as advised by the physician. It is for rectal use only. Your child’s bowel needs to be empty when you administer it. Wash your hands and peel the wrapping apart. Do not break the medicine before use. Smoothly push into back passage of the child with the pointed end first. Slightly warm it between your hands beforehand to make it easier. Tell your child to keep still for a minute or two and then clean your hands.
Q: What happens if I accidentally administer extra dose of NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY to my child?
A: If you have administered more NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY to your child accidentally, consult child’s doctor immediately or visit the nearby hospital, even if the child feels well, as it can cause delayed serious liver damage.
Q: Is NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY safe to use in children with liver problems?
A: NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY should be used with caution in children with liver problems. Child’s doctor may monitor the liver function test before and during treatment with this medicine to prevent the risk of liver damage. Consult your child’s doctor for advice before administering NEOMOL 250MG SUPPOSITORY to your child.