Q. Can I increase or decrease the dose of my child’s medicine by myself?
No, it is not recommended to alter the dose of the medicine without consulting a doctor. While increasing the dose without proper judgment may lead to toxicity, decreasing it may cause recurrence of symptoms. So, for best results, speak to your child’s doctor if you feel a change in dose may be needed.
Q. How much Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT should I give to my child?
Your doctor will prescribe the dose according to your child’s condition and body weight. Stick to the prescribed dosing schedule as that is the best way to ensure the safe and complete recovery of your child.
Q. Is it safe to give Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT to my child for more than two weeks?
Prolong intake of Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT can lead to increased secretion of acid in the stomach. These increased acid levels can result in ulcer formations which eventually can lead to gastrointestinal bleeding. Therefore, it is advised to use Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT in its lowest effective dose for the shortest duration of time. Consult your doctor if not sure.
Q. How should Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT be stored?
Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT should be stored at room temperature, in a dry place, away from direct heat and light. Also, keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children to avoid any accidental intake.
Q. Can all children be given the same dose of Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT?
No. Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT cannot be given to everyone in the same dose. The doctor decides the appropriate dose of Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT based on the child’s age and body weight.
Q. When will my child feel better?
You may be required to give Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT to your child for a few days to weeks, depending upon the severity of the infection. If your child continues to feel unwell even after completion of the full prescribed course of the medicine, consult your child’s doctor as soon as possible.
Q. Are there any serious side effects of this medicine for my child?
Although Nimcare 50mg Tablet DT is well-tolerated by children, if you notice your child experiencing any intolerable episodes like persistent vomiting, body swelling, hepatotoxicity, decreased urine frequency, or serious allergic reaction, rush to your doctor on an immediate basis.
Information last updated by Dr. Varun Gupta, MD Pharmacology on 1st Oct 2021. The medicine details are for information purpose only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicine.