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effect of moxifloxacin on pregnancy

i want to know about moxifloxacin and its side effects during pregnancy ## Moxifloxacin, also called Avelox, is in a class of drugs known as the Quinolone antibiotics. Avelox Side Effects include such serious problems as damage to tendons, joints and muscles. These side effects can be so serious that they do not allow the use of them for children that are not fully grown yet due to the possibility of damage to the unformed bone and cartilage in children. These antibiotics also leach magnesium from the body, a serious problem for pregnant women that can lead to a condition known as toxemia of pregnancy that is quite dangerous. Because of these problems and the fact that there are less dangerous antibiotics for most infections, I would refrain from using Moxifloxacin in pregnancy and ask ... ...

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Cold and cough medication

My son is 5 months old weighting 5 Kg. He is suffering from a cough and cold and he was given Ofloxacin suspension (Brand Name: NEOF) and no improvement after 4 days also. Is it a better medicine for cough and cold? Please advise me on the issue. ## Ofloxacin is in a class of antibiotics known as Quinolone Antibiotics. These antibiotics have been banned in the United States for children for their potential to cause tendon, cartilage, joint and muscle problems and the FDA found that these problems were too risky to give this drug to growing children. It would be prudent to ask your doctor for an alternative antibiotic to any of the Quinolones, as it is simply too risky to give them to children. In addition, this is an antibiotic, and antibiotics are only useful for bacterial infections. ... ...

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Glevo 500 mg

for fever given in India ## Glevo 500mg usage and other issues ## Sorry, foreign medications are not regulated like US prescription drugs, so therefore it is very hard to find information on them. On top of that, sometimes drugs under the same name as something sold in the US can have a different active ingredient elsewhere, because the FDA can only regulate and make sure information is provided for drugs legally available in the US. ## Glevo is Levofloxacin tablets. Levofolxacin is the 3rd Generation Quinolone group of Antibiotics. Glevo is Rx Medication for RTI, UTI and other bacterial infections. Dose: 500mg OD for 5 - 7 days. Contraindication: childrens less than 12 yrs Pregnanent and Lactating women ## may be very useful suggestion for me ## my friend kartik says PDI is vital site ... ...

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