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Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

Manufacturer

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd

Composition

AMOXICILLIN-125MG

Pack Of

15 TABLETS

In Stock

Prescription Required

PRODUCT SUBSTITUTES

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

Product Details

About Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's belongs to a group of anti-bacterial or antibiotics known as penicillin. Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's is used to prevent and treat different types of bacterial infections like chest infection (pneumonia, bronchitis), ear/nose/throat (ENT) infections, urinary tract infections, skin infections, leg ulcers, gum ulcers, dental infections, and pressure sores. Besides this, it is also used in combination with various antibiotics like clarithromycin to treat ulcers of the stomach caused by H. Pyroli bacteria.

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's has a similar method of killing bacteria as penicillin. Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's kills the bacterial cell by blocking the chemical (mucopeptides) released by the outer layer (cell wall) of the bacteria. In turn, Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's weakens and destroys the bacterial cell wall. It is a broad range of antibiotic that helps in fighting various types of bacteria. 

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's can be taken with or without food. You should take Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's only if your doctor has prescribed you. Most of the bacterial infections get treated within one week while some conditions might take a longer time. So, you should try to complete the prescribed dosage. During the treatment with Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's, you may observe some of the common side effects like feeling sick (nausea) and diarrhoea. But these side effects are usually in the initial phase and then resolve after some time. However, if these side effects persist let your doctor know about this. Prolonged intake of the liquid form of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's may cause temporary staining of teeth (especially in children) that can be removed by brushing.

You can drink alcoholic beverages while taking amoxicillin, as it does not interact with Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's. It is generally well-tolerated among adults, children, pregnant, and breastfeeding women. Do not take Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's if you are allergic to amoxicillin, penicillin antibiotics, have liver/kidney problems, and had any vaccinations.

Uses of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

Bacterial infection (tonsillitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, and infections of the ear/nose/throat/skin/urinary tract), H Pyroli infection

Directions for Use

Do not take self-medicate, until your doctor has prescribed it, as it may lead to antibiotic resistance. In this case, the efficacy of a Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's may get reduced. The usual dose of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's is 250 mg to 500 mg per day or 750 mg to 1 g every 12 hours. Your doctor may lower the dose of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's in serious allergic conditions and kidney disease. Do not double the dose if you have missed the dose of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

Like all medicines, Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's also causes some side effects however, not everyone gets them. You may have some common side effects like feeling sick (nausea) and diarrhoea. Besides this, serious side effects include diarrhoea with blood or mucus, dark urine, yellowing of the skin, skin discolouration, musculoskeletal pain, and skin rash with a red patch can be observed.

In-Depth Precautions and Warning

Drug Warning

Serious allergic reactions may be reported in patients taking Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's, including raised itchy skin rashes, wheezing, chest tightness, and coughing. Taking Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's may cause antibiotic-induced diarrhoea in some cases. Penicillin antibiotics, blood thinners (warfarin, coumadin), uric acid-lowering drug (allopurinol, probenecid), and anti-cancer or anti-arthritis drug (methotrexate) may severely interact with Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's. Tell your doctor if you have chronic kidney disease, viral glandular fever (mononucleosis) before taking Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's. This medicine may lower the efficiency of oral birth control pills or contraceptives devices. An intake of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's may alter some glucose urine tests like the copper reduction test report.

Safety Advice

  • Alcohol

    You can drink alcohol with Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's. Do not drink too much while taking this medicine. Drinking a lot of alcohol you may more likely to drowsiness, dizziness or sleepiness side effects.

  • Pregnancy

    Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's is a pregnancy category B drug. So, Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's can be safely taken by pregnant women if prescribed by the doctor.

  • Breast Feeding

    Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's can be safely given to breastfeeding mother.

  • Driving

    You may have side effects like dizziness after taking Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's that may make you unfit to drive. So, it is advisable not to drive or operate machinery until you are feeling well.

  • Liver

    Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's can be safely taken in case of liver disease if prescribed by the doctor.

  • Kidney

    Take Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's with caution if you have severe kidney disease. Your doctor may reduce the dose of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's in patients with severe renal impairment (GFR less than 30 mL/min).

Other Information (MOX0010)

This item is Not Returnable.

Expires on or after - September 2021

Patients Concern

FAQs

No, Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's may help to a certain extent but is not prescribed for the treatment of bacterial vaginitis. However, it is better to consult a doctor for its treatment. In most cases, Metronidazole is the most effective treatment for anaerobic bacteria which cause vaginal infection.

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's belongs to the class of penicillin antibiotic. Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's is a broad-spectrum antibiotic effective against a wide range of bacteria. On the other hand, penicillin is a narrow-spectrum antibiotic effective against less number of bacteria.

Do not use anti diarrhoeal until the doctor has prescribed you. You can drink plenty of fluids (electrolytes) to avoid dehydration. Besides this, you can also take prebiotics or probiotics to manage diarrhoea as it may help in increasing the number of good bacteria in the intestine which aids in digestion.

Yes. If you are taking Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's in liquid form, it can stain your teeth. However, this is temporary and goes off after brushing. It is common in children.

Try to stay well hydrated by drinking at least 6 glass of water or other fluid per day. Keep your underwear clean and try to use underwear made of cotton to avoid spread of infection. Always keep your bladder empty as much possible by peeing regularly. Your doctor may prescribe cranberry juice with antibiotics to treat urinary tract infection.

You should avoid intake of anti-cancer drug or anti-arthritis drug (methotrexate), blood thinner (warfarin, Coumadin), and uric acid lowering drug (allopurinol, probenecid). Besides this, you are taking any ayurvedic, homoeopathy, unani, herbal or OTC supplements let your doctor know about this. These medicines may interact with Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's.

Clinical evidence suggests that Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's is safe for pregnant mothers. However, you should consult a doctor before taking Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's.

After taking an antibiotic you may need to wait for up to three hours for eating or drinking any dairy products include milk as well as butter, yoghurt, and cheese. Grapefruit juice and dietary supplements containing minerals like calcium may also work dampen the effect of antibiotics.

No. You should complete the full course of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's as prescribed by your doctor. After completing the full course of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's will work. It is important that you take Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's at the right dose, right times and for the right numbers of days.

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's does not work against viral infection. So, it should not be taken to treat common cold cough and cough.

Yes. Use of Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's may lower the efficiency of birth control pills. Ask your doctor about using other contraception devices like diaphragm, condom, spermicide, copper T etc with Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's.

Manufacturer/Marketer address

SUN HOUSE, CTS No. 201 B/1, Western Express Highway, Goregaon (E), Mumbai 400063

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

Mox Kid 125 mg Tablet 15's

MRP: 83.00

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15 Tablet in 1 Strip