Maxaquin is widely used for treating bacterial infections. It could also be used for treating other complications as recommended by the doctor.
It is used as a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. It works its magic by killing the bacteria by halting the production of proteins essential for the survival of the bacteria.
It finds itself effective in treating infections of the urinary tract, formation of uncomplicated cysts in females and acute bacterial exacerbation. Maxaquin is recommended to be used in cases proven to be the result of infection by bacteria.
The most common dose recommended for Maxaquin is 400mg daily. The dose varies as per the condition sought to be treated by the use of Maxaquin. Patients with renal dysfunction are given slight modifications of the dose.
Maxaquin is in available in the form of film-coated tablets. They are available in white to pale yellow powder. It is slightly soluble in water.
Maxaquin is an antibiotic that restricts the growth and development of bacteria in different parts of the body. It is instrumental in halting the multiplication of bacteria and reproduction and repair of the genetic material.
Maxaquin is approved by FDA for the treatment of different sorts of bacterial infections.
How Maxaquin Is Taken
The intake of Maxaquin doesn't depend on frequency of meals one takes. The tablet is not to be consumed within four hours of before a meal, and a gap of two hours should be ideally left after a meal. The tablet contains Sucralfate or antacids with magnesium or aluminum. It would be best to follow the instructions of the physician at this front.
Be sure to drink lots of water while on a dose of Maxaquin. It should be consumed with water too. Be regular and punctual while you are on a dose of Maxaquin. A complete course should be consumed without any interruptions for the best results. Even if a dose is missed by mistake, it could be made up at any time.
There are always side-effects associated with using health supplements. Be sure to consult a doctor if you have any allergic reactions, blood in the stools, joint-pain, seizures, stomach-pain, vaginal irritation, severe sunburn, etc. Incidence of dizziness, nausea, or even headache are quite common.
- Maxaquin should not be used if an ingredient is found to be an allergen.
- Be sure not to get a live typhoid vaccine while being treated with Maxaquin.
- Contact a medical practitioner in case of any complications.
- Patients of Alzheimer's disease, kidney infections should consult a doctor before trying out Maxaquin. Pregnant women should also consult the doctor before using Maxaquin, and so should those who are looking forward to be pregnant.
- It would be better to avoid taking in medicines like Droperidol or Typhoid live vaccine while on a dose of Maxaquin. They would only enhance the side-effects.
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