Cloff Dry Syrup is an antibiotic that is used to treat bacterial infections like pneumonia, bronchitis (inflammation of the airways) and infections of the ears, sinuses, skin and throat. It contains clarithromycin as its active ingredient. Cloff Dry Syrup should not be taken by patients suffering from severe kidney and liver diseases or who are allergic to it. It is not recommended for pregnant women to take Cloff Dry Syrup, especially during the first 3 months of the pregnancy. This medicine should be taken as directed by the doctor and in the correct doses and for the exact duration as prescribed. It is advised to talk to your doctor about your medical conditions before using this medicine....
Q: Can Cloff Dry Syrup be taken for urinary tract infections?
A: No, Cloff Dry Syrup belongs to the class of antibiotics. This medicine should be used only for the condition that it has been prescribed for. Antibiotics should not be used without consulting a doctor as they may lead to a phenomenon known as 'Antibiotic resistance'. The development of this phenomenon may lead to the ineffectiveness of the treatment. Hence, it is recommended to avoid using this medicine without consulting a doctor.
Q: Does Cloff Dry Syrup make you feel tired?
A: Cloff Dry Syrup generally causes stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, headache and diarrhoea. Fatigue, dizziness and drowsiness is not a reported side effect. Nevertheless, every individual has a varied physiological response to any medicine. Thus, consult your doctor before use.
Q: Can Cloff Dry Syrup be used during pregnancy?
A: No, it is not recommended for use during pregnancy. It is known to have life-threatening effects for the developing baby, especially in the first 3 months. Please consult your doctor before using it.
Q: Can Cloff Dry Syrup clear my cough and cold?
A: This medicine should not be used for cough and cold unless it is prescribed by the doctor. Cloff Dry Syrup is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections like pneumonia, inflammation to the airways, infection to the skin, ears, sinuses and throat. If there is a need for an antibiotic for cough and cold, it will be prescribed by your doctor. It is recommended to avoid self-medication.