Indowel syp contains ondansetron as its primary constituent. This medication is used to alleviate nausea and vomiting in children. It's used to treat nausea and vomiting caused by surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or a stomach/intestinal illness. It also aids in the treatment of vomiting produced by medications such as pain relievers....
Q: Is it possible to use other medications simultaneously with Indowel syp?
A: Other medication substances may interact with Indowel syp. Before starting Indowel syp, consult your doctor about other medications.
Q: In what circumstances should I contact my child's doctor immediately away?
A: If your kid develops signs of serotonin syndrome such as irregular heartbeat, green-colored vomiting, failure to pass wind, pale skin and eyes, dark-colored urine, restlessness, or insomnia, contact your paediatric immediately.
Q: My child is suffering from a migraine and is taking medication to treat it. Is it okay if I give it with Indowel syp?
A: Indowel syp should not be taken with other medications as it may produce serotonin syndrome. Consult your paediatric for specific treatment.