Q. What if I give too much of Aze Care 200mg Syrup by mistake?
Aze Care 200mg Syrup is unlikely to cause any harm if an extra dose is given by mistake. However, if you think you have given too much of Aze Care 200mg Syrup to your child, immediately speak to a doctor. Overdose may cause unwanted side effects and may even worsen your child’s condition.
Q. Are there any possible serious side effects of Aze Care 200mg Syrup?
Some serious side effects of this medicine include persistent vomiting, kidney damage, allergy, diarrhea, and severe gastrointestinal infections. Always consult your child’s doctor for help in such a situation.
Q. Can other medicines be given at the same time as Aze Care 200mg Syrup?
Aze Care 200mg Syrup can sometimes interact with other medicines or substances. Tell your doctor about any other medicines your child is taking before starting Aze Care 200mg Syrup. Also, check with your child’s doctor before giving any medicine to your child.
Q. Can I get my child vaccinated while on treatment with Aze Care 200mg Syrup?
Antibiotics usually do not interfere with the ingredients in vaccines or cause a bad reaction in a child who has just been vaccinated. However, children taking antibiotics should not get vaccinated until they recover from the illness. As soon as your child feels better, the vaccine can be given.
Q. Which all lab tests should my child undergo while taking Aze Care 200mg Syrup on a long term basis?
The doctor may prescribe getting kidney function tests and liver function tests periodically to keep a check on your child’s condition.
Q. Can Aze Care 200mg Syrup impact my child’s digestion?
Children often have a sensitive stomach and develop a stomach upset while taking medicines. When antibiotics are given, the good bacteria in their gastrointestinal tract may too get affected. Aze Care 200mg Syrup may kill off good bacteria along with the bad ones, increasing your child’s risk of developing other infections. So, in case your child is having diarrhea while on Aze Care 200mg Syrup, do not stop the medicine course. Instead, call your child’s doctor to ask the next steps. In some cases, the doctor may alter the dose.
Q. Why is Aze Care 200mg Syrup given for 3 days?
The duration of treatment depends on the type of infection being treated and the age of the patient. Aze Care 200mg Syrup is not necessarily given for 3 days. In most bacterial infections, a single dose of 500 mg is given for 3 days. Alternatively, it can be given as 500 mg once on day 1 and then 250 mg once from day 2 to day 5. In some cases of infection such as genital ulcer disease, it is given as a single 1 gram dose. Therefore, you must stick to the regime advised by your doctor.
Q. What should I avoid while taking Aze Care 200mg Syrup?
Generally, it is recommended that patients taking Aze Care 200mg Syrup should avoid taking any antacid with this medicine as this can affect the overall effectiveness of Aze Care 200mg Syrup. It is also recommended to avoid exposure to sunlight or tanning beds as Aze Care 200mg Syrup increases the risk of sunburn.
Q. Is Aze Care 200mg Syrup a strong antibiotic?
Aze Care 200mg Syrup is an effective antibiotic that is used for the treatment of many bacterial infections. Compared to other antibiotics, Aze Care 200mg Syrup has a longer half-life which means that it stays in the body for a long time because of which it is given once a day and for a short span of time. Other antibiotics comparatively have a shorter half-life and are usually given twice, thrice, or four times a day.
Q. Can you get a yeast infection from taking Aze Care 200mg Syrup?
Some people may get a fungal or yeast infection known as thrush after taking Aze Care 200mg Syrup. Antibiotics such as Aze Care 200mg Syrup can kill the normal or ‘good bacteria’ of your intestine responsible for preventing thrush. You should inform your doctor if you get a sore or vaginal itching or discharge. Also, inform your doctor if you get a white patch in the mouth or tongue after taking Aze Care 200mg Syrup or soon after stopping it.