Colibid Drop 7.5 ml

Colibid Drop 7.5 ml is a medication commonly prescribed to treat bacterial infections in infants and young children. It contains the active ingredient cefixime, which belongs to a class of antibiotics called cephalosporins. This medication works by inhibiting the growth of bacteria and killing them, thus helping to clear the infection. Colibid Drop 7.5 ml is usually administered orally and is available in a liquid form. It is important to follow the dosage instructions provided by your doctor or pharmacist and to complete the full course of treatment, even if your child starts feeling better. As with any medication, Colibid Drop 7.5 ml may cause side effects, such as diarrhea, nausea, or stomach pain. If you have any concerns or questions about this medication, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

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Type

Drop

Feature

8 ml

Unit

ml

Formula

Lactase Enzyme

Composition

Lactase Enzyme

Brand

RG Pharma

Prescription Required

Yes

How to use, Side effects, Uses, Formula & Composition

Overview

Lactase enzyme is the main ingredient in Colibid Drop 7.5 ml; that has been designed to aid infants and young children digest the Lactose in milk.

Certain individuals are born with the inability to break down Lactose (a carbohydrate) into smaller carbohydrates that are easily absorbed by the body. This leads to infants experiencing gastric issues, mild bloating, and malnutrition. To compact Lactose intolerance in such circumstances Colibid Drop 7.5 ml is prescribed.

How Does Colibid Drop 7.5 ml Work

Colibid Drop 7.5 ml assists in breaking down complex carbohydrates into simpler carbohydrates, making it easier for the human body to digest and absorb sugars.

Dosing and Indications

From 6 Months To 12 Months:  5 drops are advised to be given thrice a day or after each meal.

From 1 year to 3 years:  5 drops are advised to be given 3-4 times a day or after each meal.

How To Use Colibid Drop 7.5 ml

Colibid Drop 7.5 ml is advised to be administered after each meal or feeding. Colibid Drop 7.5 ml may be combined with a bit (1 ounce) of water or baby formula.

Side Effects

No significant side effects of {Colibid Drop 7.5 ml have been reported. Parents are advised to consult a physician immediately if they see their child exhibiting breathing or swallowing problems.

Contraindications

Please tell your doctor if you have a history of any of the following before using Colibid Drop 7.5 ml:

  • Allergy to Colibid Drop 7.5 ml or any other medicine (especially any antibiotic) or food substance 

Precautions

Please tell your doctor about any of the following conditions before using Colibid Drop 7.5 ml: 

  • Mild to moderate intestinal disease/impairment 
  • Mild to moderate stomach disease/impairment 

Interactions With Other Medications

There is not sufficient evidence to suggest that Colibid Drop 7.5 ml negatively interacts with other drugs. Patients are advised to inform their physicians of any topical medicines or of any over-the-counter drugs/vitamins that the patient might be ingesting daily.

FAQ’s

#1. HOW TO STORE Colibid Drop 7.5 ml?

Colibid Drop 7.5 ml is to be kept away from the reach of children, in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight and humidity as that tends to ruin certain drugs. Colibid Drop 7.5 ml is not to be ingested past its expiry date.

#2. HOW LONG CAN A TODDLER INGEST Colibid Drop 7.5 ml?

Colibid Drop 7.5 ml has been known to provide relief within a few hours and may be used safely for several days. However, if a patient is still suffering from abdominal cramps, it is advisable to consult a physician.

#3. CAN A PATIENT BE PRESCRIBED OTHER MEDICINES ALONG WITH Colibid Drop 7.5 ml?

There have been no known drug interactions with Colibid Drop 7.5 ml documented. Parents are advised to consult a physician before giving their child any medicines.

#4. CAN I TAKE Colibid Drop 7.5 ml DURING MY PREGNANCY?

Patients are advised to consult their physician before ingesting any drug.

#5. IS Colibid Drop 7.5 ml SAFE ENOUGH TO BE PRESCRIBED TO LACTATING WOMEN?

Patients are advised to consult their physician before ingesting any drug.