D-Cyloxscin has Doxycycline as an active ingredient which is used in the treatment of bacterial infections. It is belongs to class of medication called Tetracyclines which block bacterial protein from being made and thus prevents the growth of bacteria. It is a broad spectrum antibiotic which exerts its bacteriostatic action by accumulating inside the bacteria through specific transporter protein and by passive diffusion & inhibits bacterial protein synthesis by attaching to 30 S subunit of bacterial ribosome (which are absent in mammals). It is used to treat lungs, eye, skin, UTI, intestinal, respiratory and reproductive organ infection. It also treats acne and prevent malaria alongside treat anthrax. Infection caused by mites, lice or ticks also can treat by D-Cyloxscin.
- Manufactured By: Scindia Pharma
- Active Ingredients: Doxycycline 100 mg
- Release Form: Oral Tablets
- Strength: 100 mg
- Packing Size: 10*10 Tablets
Usage: D_Cyloxscin Contains Doxycycline 100 Which Is Used To Treat Bacterial Infection. This Is Prescribed Medicine Which Has To Be Taken Only Under Doctor’s Supervision. Dosages Are Completely Depending Upon Patient’s Age, Medical Condition And Severity Of Infection. Drink Plenty Of Water During Course Of Medicine Is Highly Recommended. It Helps To Avoid Stomach Upset And Control Acidity. Consume Medicine With Food Or Milk.
- Dosage: As Directed By The Physician
- Storage: Keep In Cool, Dark & Dry Place.
- Abdominal Pain
- Stomach Upset
- Gas Or Air In Stomach
- Red Rashes
Ø Can I Drink Milk While Taking D-Cyloxscin?
No, Milk Or Any Milk Product Is Not Allowed During Course Of Medicine.
Ø D-Cyloxscin Can Use For Children?
Yes, It Can Be Used In Children Of All Ages For Less Than 21 Days.
Ø D-Cyloxscin Works For Acne?
Yes, It Can Take For Acne Treatment As It Reduces Bacteria Which Cause Acne.
Ø Does D-Cyloxscin Cause Diarrhea?
Yes, It Cause Diarrhea As It Kills Harmful Bacteria As Well As Affects Helpful Bacteria In Stomach Or Intestine And Causes Diarrhea.
Keep Medicine Out Of Reach Of Children