Antiox suspension (Mebendazole)
Active ingredients- Mebendazole
Antiox (Mebendazole) is from the family of benzimidazole extracts administered as anti-nematodal.
Antiox indications/ uses
Antiox is administered for treating single or mixed gastrointestinal worm influx by whipworm, roundworm, pinworm, hookworm, threadworm and tapeworm.
Dosage and administration
Administer the drug precisely as prescribed by your healthcare provider. Avoid over or under dosage, follow your doctor’s instruction.
Use Antiox at normal gaps as prescribed. Avoid skipping any doses. Keep on administering it even when your condition improves. You got to complete the full therapy except if stopped by your physician. If you stop the therapy mid way, the disease might not clear entirely.
You may use the medicine with or without meal but taking it after meal helps prevent GI interactions.
Let your general practitioner know if you suffer from any liver problems.
Avoid using Antiox if you are pregnant. Notify your physician if you are pregnant or if you are planning to get pregnant at some stage during the therapy period.
Avoid using Antiox to kids except if you have recommended by your pharmacist or doctor.
Antiox side effects
Adverse reactions with Antiox are normally not widespread and may comprise diarrhea, stomach disorders along with headache. These Antiox side effects are more expected if you are administering Antiox for a lengthy time period. If you are administering the drug just as a single dose, these adverse reactions are generally not expected to take place.
Antiox can stimulate wooziness. If you feel woozy, stay away from the wheels or conduct any action requiring high level of mental alertness.
Notify your physician if a few of the following signs are harsh or decline to go away: sore throat, skin rash and extraordinary fatigue.
For detailed information on Antiox adverse reactions, consult a professional healthcare service provider.
Notify your healthcare provider if you are using any of these drugs:
- Epilepsy drugs like phenytoin, carbamazepine and phenobarbitone.
- A gastric drug known as cimetidine
Always let your physician and pharmacist know if you are using any additional drugs, which include herbal supplements, tonics, and drugs that you buy over the counter or a prescribed drug.