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Ambroxol drops dosage

My baby is 22 days of age. Is ambroxol is safe for him? ## My baby is 3 months of age. Is ambroxal is safe? My baby is suffering from a dry cough. ## Has your child's doctor said that they should take it? This medication is used to help remove mucus, thus it may not always help with a dry cough, since it helps increase the production of sputum and thin it, so it isn't as thick. The NIH lists its side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and dry mouth. In children this young, it is always best not to give them any medication, unless a pediatrician approves. How are these children doing, now? Are they on any other medications? ## Hi, My daughter is 1.5 months old and is suffering from cold and cough..she was on an IV antibiotic for 5 days a week ago due to inflammation... ...

Updated in Allergies, Cough & Cold
Ambroxol / Ambrolex Drops Dosage

What is the right dosage for a 7 month old baby weighing 7-8 kgs? ## My baby is 8 months old. He is suffering from a cough and cold. I was giving him wicoryl AF drops and coscoril drops. He was OK. But as of today he is suffering from chest congestion. What to do? ## My baby is 1 year & 1 month old already and she has a cough right now. What dosage of Ambroxol would I give her? Please reply ASAP. Thanks. ## my baby is 1 month and 11 days old.,is he prescribed to take ambroxol ambrolex syrup? and what is the proper dosage for my baby? ## Hello Wenz, I went to the manufacturers website and this is the information they have for their doses. Recommended daily dosage for children: 1.2-1.6 mg/kg body weight 6-11 years: Tablet: ½ tablet 3 times daily. Pediatric Syrup: 5 mL 3 times dai... ...

Updated in Allergies, Cough & Cold
Ambroxol Dosage

It depends on the weight of the baby per kg per day you give Ambroxol drops. ## If my baby is 7-8 kg..what is the right dosage for her? ## My son Have a cough. He is 6 months old. 8kl. My question is What mg/ml of ambroxol do I give to my baby? Please reply... Sorry for disturbing... Thanks.. ## I have 6 month old baby what dosagge did i gave her and how many times.tank you ## my baby is 3months and 1week 6.4kls . Twice pinag take ng doctor nya yung ambrolex 0.5ml . as of now d ko padn makita result ## RE: Interval of taking Ambroxol syrup for 3-month-old baby May sipon ang baby ko, sabi ng pedia niya 0.3ml 3x a day dapat ipainom kay baby ang gamot. Tanong ko lang. Ilang hours ba ang interval ng pag papainom kay baby ng gamot. Every 4 hours ba dapat? ## Pag po ba sinabing 3x a day ang p... ...

Updated in Allergies, Cough & Cold
ambroxol dosage to an 8 month old baby

6 to 12 months - 1mL 2-3 times a day 2 to 6 months - 0.2 - 0.5mL 2-3 times a day ## You should give the infant the dosage their pediatrician has prescribed. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Is the child on any other medications? ## Hi my baby is 3months old and 4days. May ubo at sipon sya. Nirecommend ng pedia ambroxol mucusolvan syrup. infant drops. 0.3 ml twice . pero parang wala nangyayare anu mbsng gamot. ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
ambrolex oral drops

whats the proper dosage of ambrolex oral drops for a 3 month old baby? ## Ambrolex contains the active ingredient Ambroxol and is used to treat respiratory tract disorders that involve thickened mucous. The listed dosage for children under 6 months is 0.5mls twice a day. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ## how about for 7 months old baby? what is he dosage? ## Is it safe to give Ambroxol to a 4mos old baby? What's the exact dosage of it & how many times a day should be given? ...


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