YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Give Xputum Drop to your child by mouth with or without food. If your child develops an upset stomach, prefer giving it with food. You may require to give this medicine to your child for a few days to weeks, depending upon the severity of the disease. For maximum benefit, do not stop the medication abruptly by yourself even if your child starts to feel better and continue the medicine until the full prescribed course. Also, do not give more than the prescribed dose for fast relief as it may cause unwanted effects and worsen your child’s condition.
Some of the common side effects of this medicine include excessive salivation, altered taste, dry mouth and throat, oral numbness, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, indigestion, and skin rash. Usually, these episodes subside once your child’s body adapts to the medicine. However, if these effects persist or become bothersome for your child, report to your child’s doctor immediately.
Narrate your child’s complete medical history, including any previous episode of respiratory illness, allergy, heart-problem, blood disorders, birth defects, airway obstruction, lung anomaly, sinus issues, liver impairment, and kidney malfunction. This information is critical for dose alterations and for planning your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF XPUTUM DROP IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Cough with mucus
- Treatment of Acute Sore throat
- Treatment of Respiratory tract disorders associated with viscid mucus
BENEFITS OF XPUTUM DROP FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Cough with mucus
SIDE EFFECTS OF XPUTUM DROP IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Xputum
- Excessive salivation
- Taste change
- Dry throat
- Dryness in mouth
- Numbness in mouth
- Stomach pain
- Skin rash
HOW CAN I GIVE XPUTUM DROP TO MY CHILD?
HOW XPUTUM DROP WORKS
The use of Xputum Drop is not recommended in children with severe kidney disease.