Roxithromycin

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Roxithromycin

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Roxithromycin is used for treating several different infections, including some STDs, upper and lower respiratory tract infections and asthma, gum infections like gingivitis, and bacterial infections associated with stomach and intestinal ulcers.
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Roxithromycin 150mg
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  • Roxithromycin and All About It


    This is a medicine that treats skin infections and belongs to the group of macrolides. This is an effective antibiotic that also exhibits anti-malarial activities. It cuts down the breeding ground of infectious bacteria by interfering with the protein synthesis. It is used to treat the infection related to:
    • Respiratory tract
    • Urinary tract
    • Soft tissue

    In which form it is available?         
    This antibiotic is available in oral suspension as well as tablet form.
    How should it be taken?
    Take this medicine as recommended by the doctor. Make sure you are taking it in correct dosage and not more or less than that.
    It can be taken with a glass of water and it can be taken well before the meal. This medicine is absorbed rapidly by the body and reaches the infection site.
    What are the side effects of this medicine? 
    The common side effects of this medicine are:

    • Diarrhea
    • Nausea
    • abdominal pain
    • Vomiting
    • Headaches
    • Dizziness
    • Vertigo
    • Rashes
    • Abnormal liver function
    • Changes in senses of smell and taste

    What to do in case I miss this medicine?
    Do not skip this medicine as it may not cure your disease.
    Even if you skip this medicine, take it as soon as you remember. If it is the time for your next dosage, don’t go for the skipped dosage but continue with the next dose.
    Decide your schedule and take the medicine at the same time every day. This will make the curing process speedier.
    Are there any possible drug interactions?
    Warfarin is seen to cause severe bleeding with Roxithromycin. Otherwise, several medicines do not interact with this antibiotic. Erythromycin has a lesser degree of interaction with it. Hormonal contraceptive, antacid, prednisolone, carbamazepine, ranitidine, are not seen to be interactive.
    Who should not take this medicine?
    While giving this medicine to a child, administer it properly. Kids who are less than 5 years of age should not be given this medicine.
    Elderly people may be at risk.
    Those who are having health problems related to diabetes, liver, heart, may be at risk too.
    Aboriginals are very sensitive to most of the antibiotics.
    If you smoke, this medicine may not affect you.
    Immune systems should be strong enough to take this antibiotic.
    Can it be used to treat the viral infections?
    This medicine is specifically for treating the bacterial infections and viral diseases are not just its area.
    The doctors recommend only the specific antibiotics for specific diseases.
    Things that should not be done 
    Never give this medicine to any person who shows the same symptoms like yours.
    This medicine should serve the same purpose for which it is recommended otherwise the disease may become more dreadful.
    Do not discontinue taking this medicine unless recommended by your doctor.
    How to store the medicine? 
    Keep this medicine as recommended on the label.
    Keep it away from sunlight and store it in a cool, dry place.