About Ceff: Ceff (Cephalexin Monohydrate) is prescribed for bacterial infections of the respiratory tract, the middle ear, the bones, the skin, and the reproductive and urinary systems.
How to use Ceff
Ceff (Cephalexin Monohydrate) is prescribed for bacterial infections of the respiratory tract, the middle ear, the bones, the skin, and the reproductive and urinary systems. Because they are effective for only certain types of bacterial infections, before beginning treatment your physician may perform tests to identify the organisms causing the infection.
The usual adult dosage is 500 milligrams taken every 12 hours. Cystitis (bladder infection) therapy should be continued for 7 to 14 days. Ceff (Cephalexin Monohydrate) may be taken with or without meals. However, if the drug upsets your stomach, you may want to take it after you have eaten. Take Ceff (Cephalexin Monohydrate) at even intervals around the clock as prescribed by your physician. To obtain maximum benefit, it is important that you finish taking all of this medication, even if you are feeling better.
Ceff Side Effects
Most common side effects is diarrhea. Less common or rare side effects may include: abdominal pain, agitation, colitis (inflammation of the large intestine), confusion, dizziness, fatigue, fever, genital and rectal itching, hallucinations, headache, hepatitis, hives, indigestion, inflammation of joints, inflammation of the stomach, joint pain, nausea, rash, seizures, severe allergic reaction, skin peeling, skin redness, swelling due to fluid retention, vaginal discharge, vaginal inflammation, vomiting, yellowing of skin and whites of eyes.