YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Nizonide Oral Suspension can be given orally, either before or after food. Prefer giving it after food to prevent chances of stomach upset in your child and to enable better absorption of Nizonide Oral Suspension. The usually prescribed frequency is two times a day. However, this may vary depending upon the type and severity of the infection as well as your child’s body weight and age. Therefore, stick to the dose, time, and way as prescribed by the doctor. If your child vomits within 30 minutes of intake, repeat the same dose but never double up the dose if it is time for the next dose.
Some children may develop minor and temporary side effects after taking this medicine. These include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, headache, dizziness, urine discoloration, and mild skin rash. These side effects usually go away once your child’s body adapts to the medicine. However, in case these side effects persist for long or start bothering your child, you must consult your child’s doctor without any delay.
Do inform your child’s doctor if your child has a heart problem, blood disorder, liver impairment, kidney malfunction, any chronic illness, or history of any prolonged antibiotic course. The doctor must also be aware if your child has ever had any previous episode of allergy. All this information will guide the doctor in planning your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF NIZONIDE ORAL SUSPENSION IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Infective Diarrhea
- Treatment of Worm infections
BENEFITS OF NIZONIDE ORAL SUSPENSION FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Infective Diarrhea
In Treatment of Worm infections
SIDE EFFECTS OF NIZONIDE ORAL SUSPENSION IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Nizonide
- Urine discoloration
- Skin rash
Serve side effects of Nizonide
- Abdominal pain
- Chromaturia (abnormal coloration of urine)
HOW CAN I GIVE NIZONIDE ORAL SUSPENSION TO MY CHILD?
HOW NIZONIDE ORAL SUSPENSION WORKS
However, consult with your child’s doctor before giving Nizonide Suspension to your child if they have severe kidney disease.
However, consult your child’s doctor before giving Nizonide Suspension to your child if they have severe liver disease.