Solvin Cold Is Antibiotic Or Not

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Is Solvin an antibiotic or not?

Last year my doctor prescribed me Solvin... But after 11 months I am still suffering from the same symptoms of a cough, cold and fever. Should I start taking a different medicine? ...

Updated in Antibiotics
Cough Antibiotic For Children Age 5 Years Of

My son is of 5 years of age he coughs frequently since the last 4 days consulted a padiatric doc , prescribed solvin nasal spray, ornotrix, Delletus D and levolin along with Calpol 250mg, fever rises due extensive cough and gets cold sometimes the other symptom of fever..asked whether its a symptom of pneumonia doc says no.please help me out cause can see him coughing out whole day long but coughs less when he goes to sleep. ...

Updated in Allergies, Cough & Cold
Moxikind Cv 625

i had bad breath problem for last 3 weeks. The odor originates from my throat and sinuses. Dr gave me moxikind cv 625 + monticope + solvin cold + on e antacid capsule. Is the medicine OK for my problem. ## In most cases, when a problem like this is centered on the sinuses and throat, it is because of some type of infection, be it tonsilitis, strep throat or a sinus infection. What your doctor has given you should help, if that is indeed what is causing the problem. Moxikind-CV contains Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, which is an antibiotic used to treat many different types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more: Monticope contains Levocetirizine and Montelukast, this is an antihistamine commonly used to help with aller... ...

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