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Does Doxycycline Have Any Effect Against Tuberculosis
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an infectious organism that spreads by droplets coughed out by an infected person. Infection is established initially in lungs, but can spread within lungs & to other body parts, or can become latent, with reactivation occurring years to decades later. With effective treatment, it can be completely eliminated although drug resistant ...Read more
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Would amoxicillin and metronidazole have any affect against pelvic inflammatory disease? No Gon or chlam.
I had no side effects while taking minocycline. Will doxycycline not have any side effects with me as well? Both were for acne treatment
No.: Despite what you may have heard or read on-line, there is no evidence that Flagyl interferes with birth control pills, and there is no such warning in the package insert. Your prescribing doctor may still tell you to use a back-up form of birth control “just in case”, but there is no evidence that it's necessary. Remember also that no birth control method is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy. ...Read more
"C" you later.: I guess it all depends on what is meant by vascular conditions as well as what is meant by anti-oxidants. Consider vitamin "C", an antioxidant, which has been used for many years to treat and improve the condition known as "scurvy", which is by most, considered a vascular condition. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Well, yes: Well, yes, no vaccine is perfectly safe and all vaccines have potentially bad side effects. However, the data for gardisil is very reassuring. I initial studies only headache, dizziness, fever and local pain and redness from the shot were found in kids more than placebo. Now, it's been studied over 7 years and 100 millions does distributed with very safe data since release. That should be good. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Can you name some vaccine that protects against H1N1? Is it safe to be vaccinated? Heard it weakens immune system and long term effect of vaccine are still not known? Please guide me.
Potentially: 1 in 4 people has a mild reaction to yellow fever vaccine. The sxs may include redness, soreness or swelling in the shot site as well as fever. Severe allergic reactions impact 1 in 55, 000 people. Severe illness w organ failure occurs in 1 in 250, 000 ; serious nervous system rxn in 1 in 125, 000. The alternative is possibly getting yellow fever virus which usually requires hospitalization. Of > ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi im having Pulmonary tuberculosis smear negative. Will tuberculosis medicine such as AKuriT 4 will make me deaf? what is the long term side effects?
Hi I'm on immune suppression medications, I have doxycycline hyclate, can I take it for a sinus infection? Any negative interaction w suppression med
Does anti biotics working means one has no acute retrovirall infection? I m curious but not exposed to potential hiv
Taking prevpack triple therapy for h pylori . No diarrhea or any side effects of this antibiotic. Does it mean it's not working? Or its comon?
It's working: Side effects are generally uncommon.Get a more detailed answer ›
No effect on effect: Smoking would not be expected to change the effectiveness of doryx (doxycycline). If smoking and Doryx (doxycycline) both upset your stomach, one could make the other more distressing, but i doubt you'd be smoking if it routinely upset your stomach. You shouldn't smoke anyway! stop it now and save a lot of healthcare dollars and misery later. ...Read more
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