Side Effects Of Taking Antibiotics And Paracetamol Together?
Can I take 500 mg of cefadroxil monohydrate with 500 mg of Demacolin when I have a cold and my throat still itches? does it have the same effect?
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Cefadroxil is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that has a mechanism against bacteria by inhibiting the formation of bacterial cell walls so that bacteria cannot survive. This drug is used to treat a number of infections caused by bacteria, such as urinary tract infections, skin, breathing, or throat. Usually, the dosage recommended by a doctor is 1-2 grams per day for 5-10 days. The maximum dose is 4 grams per day. Some of the possible side effects include:
Stomach ache or indigestion
Inflammation of the tongue
Nausea and vomiting
While demacolin is a combination drug in the form of paracetamol as an anti-fever and anti-inflammatory, pseudoephedrine for decongestants, chlorpheniramine maleate for anti-allergic drugs.
Paracetamol is to reduce fever, relieve minor pain such as headaches, and aches. Paracetamol is often combined with other drugs to treat colds and common cold which are the main symptoms are fever and pain.
Pseudoephedrine is a function of shrinking blood vessels in the nose. if the nasal congestion will be better.
Chlorpheniramine is useful for relieving allergic symptoms such as itchy, runny, sneezing, and runny nose. Aside from being used as a combination in cold medicine, CTM alone can treat itching and bumps on the skin of allergic allergies. However, this drug has a dominant side effect in the form of feel.
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