Our expert says:
Hi Frances - No, Orelox is a different type of antibiotic (a cephalosporin, 3rd generation). Lack of strength or muscle weakness is a relatively rare, but known effect of this medication. It occur most frequently in adults over the age of 50, but after that, the age group 2-9 are the most common to present this symptom.
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