Taximo Drug For A 5 Month Old Baby - Safe?

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Sunil Lionel Joseph Says:


How safe is Taximo Drug for a 5 month Old baby?
If so, what is the recommendable dosage for a 5 month baby?
Is it normal for the baby who consumed Taximo to have blood in stools?
Do we have to take preventive steps to stop blood in stools?



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saanvi Says:

Hi, my 6.5 months old daughter has taken antibiotic thrice from 5th month.first time she took novomox, since d fever was not coming under control.next after 1week,she had high fever again, which was not coming under control till6th day, so gave her taxim-o syrup.now again after 15days she has cold and cough, fever is abt 99.6, but is there from 1 week. So started taxim-o syrup now. Is it fe to give antibiotics so frequently?

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saanvi Says:

Hi, my 6.5 months old daughter has taken antibiotic thrice from 5th month.first time she took novomox, since d fever was not coming under control.next after 1week,she had high fever again, which was not coming under control till6th day, so gave her taxim-o syrup.now again after 15days she has cold and cough, fever is abt 99.6, but is there from 1 week. So started taxim-o syrup now. Is it safe to give antibiotics so frequently?

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hi, my boy is 5 months 2 weeks old, he got fever from 5 days, first 3 days we gave paracetamol 3 times ( 8drops), then doctor suggested to give taximo two times for antibotic syrup and for fever mefenic acid and pracetamol 5 ml for morning and evenging. yesterday motion was normal ( 6 times) and today he goes motion 5 times with blood cells


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