YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Domstal Suspension is best given half an hour before each meal. If given after meals, it will still work but the absorption of the medicine may get affected. For young babies, the doctor may prescribe giving it four times each day. Wait for at least 4 hours between doses and give each dose just before a milk feed. The doses usually vary depending upon your child’s condition, body weight, and age. Never exceed the prescribed duration without consulting the doctor. If your child vomits within 30 minutes of the intake, repeat the same dose once your child calms down, but do not double dose if it is time for the next dose.
This medicine may cause some minor and temporary side effects such as dry mouth, headache, drowsiness, stomach cramps, and diarrhea. Usually, these episodes subside once your child’s body adapts to the medicine. However, if these side effects persist or become bothersome for your child, report to the doctor without any delay.
Your child’s doctor should be aware if your child has had any previous episodes of allergy, heart problem, a blood disorder, birth defects, airway obstruction, lung anomaly, gastrointestinal problem, skin disorder, liver impairment, and kidney malfunction. Being aware of your child’s entire medical history will help the doctor make critical dose alterations and plan your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF DOMSTAL SUSPENSION IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Gastroesophageal reflux disease (Acid reflux)
- Treatment of Indigestion
- Treatment of Nausea
- Treatment of Vomiting
BENEFITS OF DOMSTAL SUSPENSION FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Gastroesophageal reflux disease (Acid reflux)
SIDE EFFECTS OF DOMSTAL SUSPENSION IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Domstal
- Dryness in mouth
- Stomach cramp
HOW CAN I GIVE DOMSTAL SUSPENSION TO MY CHILD?
HOW DOMSTAL SUSPENSION WORKS
Regular monitoring of renal function, particularly with long-term therapy, may be required.
Use of Domstal Suspension is not recommended in children with severe liver disease. Consult your child’s doctor before giving the medicine to your child.