FAQs ABOUT TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP
Q: Can we use TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP for babies?
A: The safety and efficacy of GBNKEYWORD in children (aged less than 2 years) have not been studied. Your doctor will determine the correct dose and duration for your child according to age, body weight and disease condition.
Q: What if I forget to take a dose of TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP?
A: If you forget to take a dose of TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP, take it as soon as you remember. However, omit the missed dose if it is almost time for the next one. Do not take the medicine twice to make up for the forgotten dose.
Q: Can I stop taking TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP?
A: Continue taking TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP until your doctor tells you to stop, unless you experience any unwanted effects, a worsening of your condition or any new symptoms. Consult your doctor immediately for advice.
Q: Does TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP have an aspirin?
A: No. TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP is a combination of chlorpheniramine, dextromethorphan and phenylephrine. Consult your doctor for further queries.
Q: What precautions do I need to follow while taking TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP?
A: Patients taking TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP must inform their doctor about their pre-existing conditions, like any heart, kidney, lung, liver, heart or thyroid problems, diabetes, fits, glaucoma or prostrate problem. Patients should also inform their providers if they are pregnant, breastfeeding or allergic to anything else. Consult your doctor if you experience anything different.
Q: Can I take TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP if I am pregnant?
A: TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP should be used with caution by pregnant women. If you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant or are planning to get pregnant, consult your doctor before taking it. Inform your doctor immediately if you become pregnant during treatment with TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP.
Q: Can I take other medicines with TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP?
A: Before taking TOREX JUNIOR NEW SYRUP, inform your doctor if you are taking, have taken or might take any other medicine, including prescription, non-prescription or any herbal medicine, as these might interact with each other and cause serious side effects.