Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Reggy | 2010/06/30

Q.

TAKING VARIOUS MEDICATION AT THE SAME TIME

Can my daughter who is 2 and half years take Dexelex syrup, Solphyllex syrup and Bisolvon Syrup respectively at the same time?

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

You can give your daughter these medicines but I would prefer you to only give her the Deselex and the Bisolvon. Solphyllex contains theophylline which may keep your daughter awake and cause tummy discomfort.

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