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GENERIC ALTERNATIVE LISTING - Cefdinir
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
300mg
BRAND LISTING - Omnicef (Cefdinir)
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300mg

OMNICEF (CEFDINIR)

Omnicef is a Bactericidal Antibiotic

Omnicef is an antibiotic drug prescribed for killing the bacteria that can cause pneumonia, bronchitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis, and bacterial infections of the skin, respiratory tract and other parts of your body. Older antibiotics, such as penicillin, have been over-prescribed and certain bacteria have grown immune to its effects. Omnicef or generic Cefdinir is a broad-spectrum cephalosporin drug that it is successful in killing a wide range of bacteria. Omnicef is not prescribed for viral infections. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

Omnicef Destroys Bacterial Cell Walls

When taken as directed, Omnicef goes to work by interfering with the bacteria’s ability to form protective cell walls, which are vital for their survival as they keep unwanted material from entering their cells and stop the cell contents from leaking out. When there is no bond to keep these structures intact, holes appear and the bacteria die. It’s important to take Omnicef as directed and for the time frame recommended by your doctor, even if you begin to feel better. If you ignore these instructions, any bacteria that remain could recover and even mutate so they become immune to the effects of Omnicef and start another infection.

Conditions Treated by Omnicef

Throat, ear and skin infections can sometimes affect younger children. They can be so distracted by playing and interacting with friends, they don’t even realize they forgot to wash their hand, didn’t cover their mouth when they coughed or sneezed, or they share toys, food, and eating utensils. This allows the bacteria to travel and cause more infections. Lower dose Omnicef Oral Solution is recommended for children.

For adults, you may see more gynecological and joint infections, such as bacterial vaginosis or septic arthritis. Bacterial vaginosis is usually due to the bacteria that we share our body with. If there is an imbalance or overgrowth of these bacteria, an infection occurs that causes a foul odor and a vaginal discharge. This infection may be a result of multiple sex partners or possibly from regular vaginal douching. Septic arthritis can affect anyone but the very young and the very old seem to be the most susceptible to it.

Before You Take Omnicef

Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or may become pregnant before taking Omnicef as it may only be prescribed if the benefits outweigh the risks to your unborn baby. Omnicef was not detected in breast milk so ask your doctor if it’s safe to nurse your baby while being treated. Discuss other medical conditions and allergies you have with your doctor and list any OTC or Rx medicine you are taking, including herbal preparations and vitamin or dietary supplements. This will help your doctor make an informed decision whether Omnicef is right for you.

Precautions for Omnicef

Omnicef may cause dizziness so you should not drive or perform any activity that is considered risky until you know how your body reacts to it. Drinking alcohol while taking Omnicef can intensify this effect. Do not share your medication with anyone; even though their symptoms are the same as yours, the medication is considered safe for you and not your friend or neighbor that could be allergic to it.

Possible Side Effects of Omnicef

  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Mild itching or skin rash

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