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    Default Antibiotics/ illness affect on behavior

    Ds is almost 4, he was really sick Saturday and diagnosed with a throat infection. He started antibiotics Sunday.
    Since Sunday he has gone backwards with his behavior.
    He is a little crazy!
    He is more impulsive, annoying us and his brother, not listening etc.
    Is this normal reaction?!

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    Asthma medication does this to my child. It turns him into a crazy violent lose all impulse control person. I dunno about anti biotics tho

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    My son is currently on antibiotics and ventolin, his current behaviour is shocking, he was fine before. He's so irrational and violent it's horrendous

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    It's the ventolin, it makes people agitated.

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    I just looked up at work (I'm a nurse) listed adverse events for ventolin and it states 'hyperactivity in children'.
    If you wanna give me the names of the antibiotics I can look them up of you too.

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    That would be great :-)


 

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