Ofloxacin and Racecadotril suspension is a medicine under the branding of WAGA-RC. It is used to treat diarrhoea or loss of motion. Diarrhoea is a condition in which there is dysfunctioning of bowel movements in the body; it can be due to the infection of the digestive tract. Various factors like viruses, bacteria, medications, lactose intolerance, surgeries, and chronic bowel infection can cause the disease.
Ofloxacin & racecadotril suspension consists of ofloxacin, an antibacterial medication used to kill any type of bacteria in the digestive tract. Racecadotril is an enkephalinase inhibitor and can reduce the secretion of essential fluids and electrolytes from the body during diarrhoea. Combining these two components in this medication/suspension can treat diarrhoea symptoms.
Uses of Ofloxacin and Racecadotril Suspension
The significant uses of ofloxacin and racecadotril suspension are listed below.
Loose, watery stools
Directions for Use
Follow the given instructions to consume these tablets.
Wash your hands
Gently Swallow the suspension
Rinse your mouth with some ORS water.
Side Effects Ofloxacin & Racecadotril Suspension
The most common side effects of ofloxacin and racecadotril suspension in a given individual are listed below.
Dryness in mouth
Before taking this tablet, discuss the following health conditions with your healthcare professional.
Avoid Heavy Food
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can a person consume ORS with these medications?
Yes, it is advised to drink plenty of ORS in boiled water with this medication.
Can a person consume alcohol with this medication?
No, it is not advised to consume alcohol with this medication.
What if there is blood in the stools?
Avoid taking medicine and consult a healthcare professional further on this situation.
What if a person missed a dose?
Take your dose on time, but only one amount at a specific time.
How much time does it take to recover from diarrhoea?
The body starts recovering in 24 hours, but if you do not recover in 48 hours, please make sure to revisit the doctor for further guidance.