Monocef-o,100 And Novamox, Both Are Same Medicine

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kamini mishra Says:
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I want to know the difference between novamox and monocef-o, 100. I'm having a kid of 3 years old, he suffering from fever from 1 week. I used crosin suspension for this bt after 5 to 6 hours again fever comes, also having cough, khasi, redness of eyes and cheek. Doctor suggested me to give him monocef but I'm having novamox....

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Verwon Says:

They are both antibiotics, but they do not contain the same active ingredient. Monocef contains Cefpodoxime, and Novamox contains Amoxicillin. You should give him the one the doctor has instructed, because sometimes a specific antibiotic is required to treat certain bacterial infections, according to the NIH.

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

Was anything else prescribed?

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