YOUR CHILD’S MEDICINE AT A GLANCE
Give the prescribed dose of Meftal-Spas Drops to your child orally before a meal or as suggested by the doctor. Your child’s doctor may prescribe this medicine for a few days to many days. But, do not continue it for more than 2 weeks without consulting the doctor as excessive and long-term use may have adverse effects on your child. Additionally, do not abruptly stop the medicine by yourself as it may bring back the symptoms or worsen your child’s condition.
Some of the common yet temporary side effects of this medicine include nausea, vomiting, constipation, burping, vision problem, loss of appetite, and drowsiness. These usually subside once your child’s body adapts to the medicine. However, if these side effects persist or become bothersome for your child, do reach out to the doctor on a priority basis.
You must let your child’s doctor know about all the medicines your child is being given. Also, inform the doctor of any previous history of allergy, intolerance to any food products, abdominal obstruction, liver impairment, kidney malfunction, or any birth defects, This information is very important for dose alterations and for planning your child’s overall treatment.
USES OF MEFTAL-SPAS DROPS IN CHILDREN
- Treatment of Irritable bowel syndrome
- Treatment of Abdominal pain
BENEFITS OF MEFTAL-SPAS DROPS FOR YOUR CHILD
In Treatment of Irritable bowel syndrome
In Treatment of Abdominal pain
SIDE EFFECTS OF MEFTAL-SPAS DROPS IN CHILDREN
Common side effects of Meftal Drops
- Blurred vision
- Loss of appetite
HOW CAN I GIVE MEFTAL-SPAS DROPS TO MY CHILD?
HOW MEFTAL-SPAS SUSPENSION WORKS
However, Meftal Dropsshould be used with caution in children with severe kidney disease. Discuss with your child’s doctor thoroughly before giving this medicine to your child.
However, Meftal Drops should be used with caution in children with severe liver disease. Discuss with your child’s doctor thoroughly before giving this medicine to your child.
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