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EACH 5 ML RECONST.CEFIXIME….50MG – An antibiotic is called Cefixime. It kills the bacteria by preventing them from forming the cell wall they need to survive. Cefixime is used to treat bacterial infections only; viral infections are not treated with it (such as the common cold, and flu). Any antibiotic that is overused may stop working to treat infections in the future.


  • For 7 to 14 days, Cefixime is typically recommended. You should take it for the duration of your therapy, as prescribed by your doctor. Your doctor will consider your medical history when determining the medication's recommended daily dosage.
  • If taken for the prescribed amount of time and dosage, Cefixime is effective. Even if your health appears to be improving, keep taking it. If you stop taking Cefixime too soon, your symptoms can come back or get worse.
  • Take your Cefixime dose as soon as you recall it if you miss one. Instead, skip the missed dose and take the next one that is scheduled if it is. To cover up for a missed dose, do not consume an overdose as this may cause negative effects.


  • Cefixime was recommended by your doctor to treat your infection and lessen your discomfort.
  • Do not miss any doses if you feel any health improvement and complete the entire course of treatment as prescribed by a doctor. Early intervention could make the infection more difficult to treat.
  • Avoid consuming this medicine empty stomach.
  • If you get a rash, itchy skin, facial or oral swelling, or trouble breathing, stop taking Cefixime and call your doctor right once.
  • Adverse diarrhea conditions may occur. However, it should go away once your treatment is over. If it doesn't stop or if you notice blood in your stool, call your doctor.
  • If you do not feel better even after completing the entire course of treatment, let your doctor know. Additionally, you must let your doctor know if your symptoms worsen while taking this medication.


  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Weak stools
  • Flatulence
  • Continent pain
  • Dyspepsia