Problem description: One year old and seven months old baby with bronchitis, when I went to buy medicine, according to the pharmacy staff, I ate 3 packs a day, one pack on the first day, and three times the next day. One pack at a time, two packs on the third day, one pack at a time, on the fourth and fifth days of the medicine my husband fed, only one-third of the pack was fed every day for these two days. How do I feed it now? Medicine, I feel that it has no effect after being fed by him in the past two days. What should I do?
Question date:2020-11-11
Patient information:Age: 2 years old Gender: Male
Problem analysis: Hello, I don’t know what kind of medicine to take. Generally speaking, it is normal to take medicine according to the doctor’s or pharmacist’s instructions. There is nothing wrong, and you can also refer to the instructions yourself.
Guide suggestion: Therefore, if the drug is taken in the wrong dosage, then this situation may directly affect the treatment effect, so I suggest that you must take the medicine according to the doctor’s or pharmacist’s instructions to avoid taking the medicine No, it affects the treatment effect. In addition, you also need to give your child more water. If the symptoms have not improved after taking the medicine, you need to consider the hospital and ask the doctor for further examination.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection