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could we give to my grand mother she is 75 years old and suffering from loose motion. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Jan 02 '14, 11:51 PM
taxim o forte
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Dear Doctor, My son is 2 year and 7 months. he is suffering from loose motion (4-5 times a day) and high fever 100-103c. first doctor given enterogermina (twice a day) + zinconia syrup (5ml a day) + calpol syrum 250mg. but not progress in health. then they asked for stool test and bound bacterias and Pus cells 6-8/Hpf then doctor added septran syrup 5ml twic a day. but unfortunaterly no improvemnet seen in next 3days. then he asked for blood test. blood test result show PLATELET COUNT 5.62Lakh/cmm, ESR 70mm/hr, TOTAL COUNT-14300 CELLS/CUMM and typhoid is negative. now (today) doctor asked us to stop septran and added new medicine TAXIM -O forte syrup twice. we are very worried as it has been 9-10 days and he lost 2kg weight. please guide us best regards ravi ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, May 10 '14, 8:39 AM
pedia care dosage for infants
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decongestant ## Hi My son is 4 months old and weighs 7.27 kgs. He is having cough since two days. Today afternoon he vomited cough with milk(he is only on breast milk). He passed green stool once. I showed him to a doc. He has prescribed the following medicines Zifi50 - 3.5 ml twice a day Ambrodil-lx - 3.5 ml thrice a day Merizyme drops - 10 drops thrice a day Enterogermina twice a day I gave him the prescribed medicines and immediately within a minute he fell forcefully asleep. I am worried about the folkowing Are the medicines and doses prescribed correct? If not will it harm my baby? Is taking all these medicines together ok? Should there be a gap between 2 medicines? Plz reply asap. I m really worried Thank you ...
Updated 3 years ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Sun, Aug 17 '14, 12:28 PM
Zifi 100 Dry Syrup
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Hi my daughter is 6 months old. since last 15 days she is getting motions/fever. the Dr says there is viral infection and started zifi. since last one week the fever is gone but the motions continue. the dr. then prescribed Oflux 2.5 ml twice a day plus entergermina twice a day. the dr then stopped the formula milk as it contained lactose/sugar. the motions are now under controll but we just did stool test and it still has presence of mucus/wbc 8-10/hpf / rbc 5-6/hpf / occult blood positive, reducting substance - present. we are now asked again to take zifi 100 - 1.5 ml twice a day and continue enterogermina.. expert dr. advise is please requested... thanks ## Hi! Given zifi 100 ready mix 5ml to my 4yr old empty stomach . He has vomited twice since morning . What can be done? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Sun, Jul 06 '14, 10:24 PM

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