Ezymox Dry Syrup

Ezymox Dry Syrup

Prescription Required

Packaging :

bottle of 30 ml Dry Syrup

Manufacturer :

SAC Pharmaceuticals

Composition :

Amoxycillin (125mg)



Introduction to Ezymox Dry Syrup

Ezymox Dry Syrup is a medicine that belongs to the aminopenicillin class, part of the penicillin family, which effectively combats various bacterial infections. This widely used antibiotic treats conditions such as middle ear infection, strep throat, pneumonia, skin infections, odontogenic infections, and urinary tract infections.

Amoxycillin fights bacteria by inhibiting their ability to build cell walls, ultimately leading to the destruction of the harmful microorganisms causing the infection.

Take exactly as prescribed by your doctor, ensuring adherence to the recommended dosage and schedule. Whether with or without food depends on the specific form of the medication, so check the label.

Common adverse effects may include nausea and rash, and there's a potential risk of yeast infections. When combined with clavulanic acid, diarrhea may occur. In the event of watery or bloody diarrhea, stop taking the medicine and consult your doctor.

Inform your doctor about any allergies, especially to penicillin or cephalosporins. People with asthma, liver or kidney disease, bleeding disorders, or mononucleosis should exercise caution. It may reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills, so alternative nonhormonal methods are advised.

If a dose is missed, skip it and continue with the regular schedule Avoid doubling up on doses to compensate


How Ezymox Dry Syrup Works

Amoxicillin works like a superhero against bacteria by disrupting their cell walls, causing them to burst and perish. It's part of the beta-lactam family, and its sidekick, clavulanic acid, helps prevent bacterial resistance. Together, they form a dynamic duo that tackles a wide range of bacteria, making sure they don't stand a chance. So, when infections strike, think of amoxicillin as the superhero that defeats those pesky bacteria and keeps you healthy.

How to take Ezymox Dry Syrup

Follow your doctor's guidance on it's use
Ezymox Dry Syrup is available in different forms, including tablets and liquid solutions
Swallow the tablet whole and measure the liquid medicine with the provided device
While you can take it with or without food, it's recommended to take this medicine at a consistent time for better results

Special Precautions about Ezymox Dry Syrup

Some individuals may be allergic to penicillin or cephalosporin antibiotics, which include Amoxicillin Before starting this medication, inform your healthcare provider of any known allergies. Allergic reactions can range from mild skin rashes to severe and life-threatening conditions like anaphylaxis.
Additionally, maintain open communication with your healthcare provider by informing them about any existing medical conditions, allergies, or concurrent medications you may be taking.

USES IN Ezymox Dry Syrup

Bacterial infections

BENEFITS OF Ezymox Dry Syrup

Fights bacterial infections effectively.
Treats a wide range of infections.
Resolves respiratory and urinary tract infections.

SIDE EFFECTS OF Ezymox Dry Syrup

Skin rash

What if I Missed a Dose of Ezymox Dry Syrup

If you miss a dose, take it when you remember. If your next dose is close, skip the missed one and stay on your regular schedule. Avoid taking two doses at once. Consult your doctor for guidance on managing missed doses effectively.

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Ezymox Dry Syrup


Safety Advice For Ezymox Dry Syrup

Check for risk indication explain below.

High risk Moderate risk Safe

Drug Interaction :

Anticoagulants (dabigatran, warfarin)
Methotrexate (chemotherapy and immunosuppressant)
Typhoid, Cholera, and BCG vaccines
Probenecid (gout treatment)
Oral contraceptives
Allopurinol (gout treatment)
Mycophenolate (immunosuppressant)

Drug-Food Interaction

Amoxicillin shows no significant interactions with food, ensuring flexibility in its administration for effective antibiotic treatment.
Consult your healthcare provider for more information.

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Disease Explanation :


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Disclaimer : This information is not a substitute for medical advice. Consult your healthcare provider before making any changes to your treatment . Do not ignore or delay professional medical advice based on anything you have seen or read on Medwiki.

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