Novaclox injection is a combination of medicine containing amoxicillin and cloxacillin which are antibiotics. It is used for the treatment of respiratory tract infection, skin and soft tissue infections, bone and joint infections etc. Amoxicillin works by inhibiting the formation and repair of the outer covering of bacteria which kills bacteria responsible for the infection. Cloxacillin works by inhibiting the formation of the outer covering of bacteria which kills bacteria responsible for the infection. Cloxacillin works against some bacteria which are not killed by amoxicillin. Nausea, loose motion, skin rash are some of the side effects of using this medicine. If side effects do not go away on their own or your condition doesn't improve over time then inform your doctor....
A: Can I stop taking a novaclox injection if I feel better?
Q: Novaclox injection is given mostly in hospitals/clinics by doctor or nurse. Novaclox injection has to be taken in dose and duration as advised by the doctor. Even if you feel better after a few doses of injection, a full course of this medication should be undertaken to avoid bacterial resistance to this medicine and for the complete cure of infection.
A: Is novaclox injection useful in all types of respiratory infections?
Q: Novaclox injection is useful for the treatment of bacterial infection of the respiratory tract. It is not useful for the treatment of respiratory infection caused by viruses, fungus etc.
A: Does novaclox injection cause loose motion?
Q: Novaclox injection can cause loose motion as a side effect of using this medicine. This is also known as antibiotic-associated diarrhoea. Probiotics can be given along with injection to avoid loose motions.
A: Does novaclox injection cause fungal infection?
Q: If the Novaclox injection is given for a prolonged or repeated period can cause fungal infection such as fungal infection of the mouth or vaginal fungal infection. Consult your doctor if you notice a white patch in your mouth or a change in vaginal discharge.