Cenmox is not only effective against these infections; it can also be used to treat meningitis, blood infections, brain infections, and tooth abscesses. The infections that are most frequently treated are those that affect the nose, ear, throat, urinary tract, reproductive system, skin, or respiratory system.
Your doctor will specifically determine your Cenmox dosage based on the patient's needs. For instance, a dose of 250 mg twice every 8 hours or 500 mg once every 12 hours would be given to an adult over the age of 18 who is fighting a mild or moderate infection and weighs more than 88 pounds. Such factors include: age, weight, patient health, and patient liver. Depending on how severe the bacterial infection is, the dosage may change.
You shouldn't double your dosage after a missed dose. The missed dose can then be made up at the end of the subsequent dose.
Your body could experience the effects of an overdose if you take too much Cenmox. You might feel sick, throw up, have diarrhea, or get cramps in your stomach.
Don't freeze. Store Cenmox tablets at room temperature if you have been prescribed them, but keep them away from extreme heat or moisture. If you are provided an oral liquid of Cenmox it should be stored in the refrigerator and thrown away after 14 days.