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Alternative To Doxycycline
Yes: There shouldn't be a difference in efficacy. ...Read more
Yes: If taking prophylactic anti-malarials is not possible then the best way to avoid getting malaria is to use insect repellents on your skin which contain deet, insect repellants on your clothing which contain permethirn, sleep under a bed net and avoid being outside at dusk when the mosquitoes which transmit malaria are most likely to bite. ...Read more
Aside from doxycycline and azithromycin, is there an alternative drug to eradicate chlamydia and m.Gen? Typical dosage?
Moxifloxicin : Moxifloxicin 400 milligram daily for 10 days is an alternative treatment for mycoplasma genitalis. Its off label use and costly discuss with your personal doctor. ...Read more
Can I use doxycycline for diverticulitis? Allergic to sulfa and penicillin and unable to tolerate cipro/flagyl. Have not tried doxycycline.
Is there an alternative drug to treat chlamydia aside from doxycycline and azithromycin? If so, what's the usual dosage to ensure eradication?
Depends: What are the alternative therapies and are these in place of standard treatment? For instance massage and exercise programs are beneficial and safe. Questionable medications, herbal supplements and accupuncture have little evidence to support their use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is Ceftin (cefuroxime) going to be effective for treating Cellulitis or any other antib which will work better!!!
I would not expect : to see cross-sensitivity between ciprofloxacin (a flouroquinolone) and either a penicillin or a sulfa drug. All 3 are chemically different. While a person could be allergic to all three, it would typically be considered three different allergies, not a single allergy related to all three medications. ...Read more
Standard protocol: This is a rather standard practice.It has been done on patients for decades with no specific problem when done under proper supervision. ...Read more
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