Cefixime Tergecef

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Bebeng Says:

cefixime targecef 100mg/5ml can cause skin rashes?

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Verwon Says:

HI, Bebeng! How are you?

Yes, Cefixime is an antibiotic and it can cause a non-allergic skin rash as a side effect in some people that take it.

Learn more Tergecef details here.

Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness and diarrhea.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Roger Says:

I have a baby that has G6PD and his pedia who is not aware of G6PD prescribed Cefixime Tergecef for congestion. Is it safe for him take this anibiotics?

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joyce Says:

my 10 year old daughter was advised by her pedia to take tergecef 100mg daily for five days.now, she accidentally took it for three times a day. i am very much worried. how would that be. i'm afraid of her health. what would possibly happen to her, please help me

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