Cefixime And Azithromycin Uses

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nani Says:

What is the use of this drug combination and why are these tablets prescribed?

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Dharmesh patel Says:
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Why this tablet using ,
Today I have a throat infection so I can use this tablet?

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Verwon Says:

These are antibiotics that are used to treat or prevent bacterial infections.

The U.S. FDA lists their typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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randhir Says:

my daughter 4 yrs is suffering from fever last four days,doctor has given ibugelsic plus syrup and cefexime125mg then also fever comes. azithromicine can take at the place of cefexime.please reply

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bharat Says:
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Feel silent cool and relax from first dose after one houre thank you. From b s patil pune India.

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Ney Says:
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I was given the cefixime and azithromycin antibiotics but up to now there's been no change in how I feel and I still have the burning sensation and urge to urinate. What do I do?

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