YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Ceff 100mg Drop may be given with or without food. However, if your child develops a stomach upset, prefer giving it with food. It is usually given three times a day but this may vary depending on the type and severity of the infection. Stick to the dose, time, and way prescribed by the doctor. If your child vomits within 30 minutes of taking this medicine, give the same dose again. Avoid giving a double dose if it is almost time for the next dose.
Ceff 100mg Drop may cause some minor and temporary side effects such as vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, and mild skin rash. These side effects usually go away once your child’s body adapts to the medicine. However, if they persist or become bothersome for your child, report to the doctor immediately.
Inform the doctor about your child’s complete medical history, including any previous episode of allergy, heart problems, blood disorders, birth defects, lung anomaly, gastrointestinal problems, skin disorders, and liver or kidney malfunction. This information will help the doctor suggest the correct dose and its related schedule for planning your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF CEFF 100MG DROP IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Bacterial infections
BENEFITS OF CEFF 100MG DROP FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Bacterial infections
SIDE EFFECTS OF CEFF 100MG DROP IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Ceff
- Abdominal pain
- Stomach pain
HOW CAN I GIVE CEFF 100MG DROP TO MY CHILD?
HOW CEFF DROP WORKS
However, consult with your child’s doctor before giving this medicine to your child in case of a severe form of liver disease.