Phexin 500 mg
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What is Phexin?
Phexin is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections such as bronchitis, ear infections, pneumonia, tonsillitis, and throat infection. It is also used for treating urinary tract infections, and skin and bone infections.
How is Phexin administered?
Phexin is administered orally in tablet form, capsule form, or liquid form.
What are the side effects of Phexin?
Minor side effects include diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, headaches, fever, abdominal discomfort, skin rash, or vaginal itching and discharge. These side effects do not require any medical attention unless they become severe.
More significant side effects include allergic reactions (hives, difficulty swallowing or breathing, swelling of the face, lips, or tongue), excessive diarrhea, unusual bruising or bleeding, and stool containing blood or mucous. Should any of these side effects occur, contact your physician immediately.
What drug interactions should be avoided with Phexin?
There are no documented adverse drug interactions at this time. However you should notify your physician as to what vitamin supplements or medications you’re taking – be they over the counter or prescribed. Your physician should be able to determine any potential drug interactions.
What if I miss a dose?
If you miss a dose, take one as soon as possible. If you find that the missed dose is discovered too closely to your next scheduled dose, take a single dose – do not double up on the medication.
How should I use this medication?
Take Phexin as directed by your physician. Do not take more or less of it than as prescribed. Do not skip doses or stop taking the medication altogether – regardless of how well you might feel.
If you are taking Phexin in liquid form, shake the bottle in order to evenly distribute the medication. If you’re taking tablets or capsules, make sure you take the medication with a full glass of water. The medication can be taken with or without food. However if you experience discomfort after taking the medication on an empty stomach, you may take the medication with food.
In the case of an overdose of this medication, contact the nearest emergency room or poison control center.