How To Administer The Drug To Infants Aged 2 Months?
, my child is 2 months old, he is sick with the flu, but I have to go to the doctor and give a prescription for medication, there are 2 drugs, 1 is Alco pseudoephedrine HCl and 1 is Apialys. How do you give the medicine in the same time or how?
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Alco is a branded drug with an active ingredient in the form of pseudoephedrine. This drug is a decongestant that is useful for treating nasal congestion and sneezing. This drug is classified as a free over-the-counter drug, which means that this drug can be purchased freely at a pharmacy but its use must follow the rules of use listed on the drug packaging. This drug is generally used three times a day, for example, every 8 hours after a baby breastfeed.
Meanwhile, Apialys is a branded food supplement containing vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D, lysine, pantothenol, and glutamic acid. Generally this supplement is used 1x a day. There are no fixed rules for determining the time of daily use, but it is recommended to always use it at the same time every day. So, if you give this supplement every morning, the time will coincide with the morning dose of the first drug.
Do not hesitate to consult directly with the doctor who treats your child regarding the timing of taking medication that is appropriate to your child's individual condition. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.