One Gives Antibiotics For Coughing?
good evening doctor,
Is the medicine given by a doctor or on your own initiative? Cetirizine is an antihistamine used to treat allergic symptoms, such as colds, nasal congestion, itchy sneezing in the nose and eyes, and skin rashes.
Cefixime is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections. All types of antibiotics must be careful in their use. Antibiotics should only be used if there is an indication that there is a bacterial infection and must be drunk until it runs out, it should not be left aside, unless there is an allergic reaction.
For cough cases, cetirizine or cefixime aren't always given. Cefixime is only given when coughing is caused by a bacterial infection, for example in cases of pneumonia, bronchitis, or accompanied by tonsillitis due to bacteria. Provision of these drugs will be adjusted to the cause of cough and other complaints that accompany. If you are given medication by a doctor, you should consume the drug in accordance with the advice of the doctor who examined you.
But if you are already taking the drug without doctor's advice, you should discuss it directly with your doctor first. In the meantime to help reduce coughing, you can do the following tips:
Drink plenty of water Consumption of warm, fruity foods Avoid oily and too sweet foods Get enough rest Use a mask when driving to minimize dust and pollution Consumption of cough medicines that are sold freely in pharmacies if necessary (for children should still consult with a doctor first) Avoid smoking and exposure cigarette smoke Hopefully can help you,