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Dr. Kevin Fleishman
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Vaginitis (Definition)

An inflammation of the vagina that can result in discharge, itching, and pain. The cause is usually a change in the normal balance of vaginal bacteria or an infection. Reduced estrogen levels after menopause and some skin disorders ...Read more


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Can doxycycline is treat vaginitis n cervicisis?

Can doxycycline is treat vaginitis n cervicisis?

Cervicitis: I have used Doxycycline to treat cervicitis. However vaginitis is often either bacterial vaginosis, which is usually treated with Flagyl or metrogel, and isn't sensitive to doxy. Or another type of bacterial infection which may or may not be sensitive to doxycycline. ...Read more

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I have leftover doxycycline. Will it treat vaginitis?

I have leftover doxycycline. Will it treat vaginitis?

No: #1) you shouldn't have left over antibiotics because it means that you may not have taken them as directed when they were prescribed. #2) Doxycycline would not be the first choice for treating a vaginitis. ...Read more

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What is a vaginitis? What causes it? Is it deadly? Painful? Treatable? How is it treated? How do you control the oder/smell?

What is a vaginitis? What causes it? Is it deadly? Painful? Treatable? How is it treated? How do you control the oder/smell?

Answers below: Vaginitis is usually caused by bacteria or fungus. The woman's body can allow these infections to occur and the symptoms include discharge, irritation, itching, pain, odor. If you get a diagnosis and treatment the infections resolve quite quickly. They can be transmitted by sex so get your partner treated too. See your gyn or pcp and do not worry. ...Read more

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Do i need to take azithromycin and doxycycline t treat chlamydia?

Either, not both.: Either option is fine, however only Azithromycin is safe during pregnancy. Both antibiotics are not needed, when either works fine. Make sure your sexual partner is also treated and follow your gynecologist's advice. This could decrease your fertility.. ...Read more

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I have a mild case of percoronitis and I want to know if I can take doxycycline to treat it? And if so how long should I take it?

Pericorinitis: Pericorinitis is most often caused by food impaction, and is also often caused by chewing trauma. Antibiotics will only be effective if the cause of the infection is alleviated. The best way to treat pericorinitis is to have it examined and treated by your dentist. ...Read more

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Can doxycycline treat acne? How long it's going to take to treat acne?

Can doxycycline treat acne? How long it's going to take to treat acne?

Not by itself: I see that you also have thrush and if you do, perhaps this isn't the best time to start on doxycycline. I trust you have been using topical benzoyl peroxide and this is the basis of your treatment. Usually you see good results in a few weeks with an effective anti-acne combination. Spironolactone, the birth control pill, or topical clindamycin are other possibilities. ...Read more

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Is it ok to take both a Medrol (methylprednisolone) dose pack and doxycycline safely together to treat a rash on your face ?

Is it ok to take both a Medrol (methylprednisolone) dose pack and doxycycline  safely together to treat a rash on your face ?

Depends on…: What the rash is. If acute acne flare, the 2 drugs may be used without interaction. (caution: do not take meds with grapefruit juice as that can cause an interaction). If you don't know what the rash is, see your pcp or a dermatologist before using the antibiotic. For ex, poison ivy rash is helped with Medrol (methylprednisolone) dosepak but antibiotic does no good; may create resistant bacteria. ...Read more

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How much Azithromycin would be advisable to take after 3months of unresponsive doxycycline to treat infection/ orchitis? What about cipro/ quinolone?

How much  Azithromycin would be advisable to take after 3months of unresponsive doxycycline to treat infection/ orchitis? What about cipro/ quinolone?

Here are some ...: What made you feel unresponsive to antibiotics - by pain or by physical finding of testis or by both? Nowadays, it's extremely unlikely to see STD-related infections not responding to any antibiotics used. After 2 runs failing to antibiotics, one has to think if diagnosis is correct or not. So, analyze the details of onset, degree, duration, interval, & progress of the Sx over timely, and see Doc ...Read more

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Will doxycycline treat infection in cartilage piercing if having adverse reactions to levoflaxcin? Dr switched me to Cipro but scared to take bc of reactions to levo. I was prescribed doxycycline at urgent care but was told was by ENT Cipro is better

Will doxycycline treat infection in cartilage piercing if having adverse reactions to levoflaxcin? Dr switched me to Cipro but scared to take bc of reactions to levo. I was prescribed doxycycline at urgent care but was told was by ENT Cipro is better

Doxy probably OK: Some bacteria that cause such infections, such as Pseudomonas, are more likely to respond to ciprofloxacin than to doxycycline. But doxy isn't a bad choice, and if you have had significant side effects with levofloxacin, it may be reasonable to avoid cipro. If there is drainage, it probably can be tested to determine the exact cause. Discuss further with the ENT doc. ...Read more

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Is metronidazole, injection of ceftriaxone and zithromycin enough to treat PID not caused by an STI? I'm 2 weeks pregnant so can't take doxycycline.

Is metronidazole, injection of ceftriaxone and zithromycin enough to treat PID not caused by an STI? I'm 2 weeks pregnant so can't take doxycycline.

Here are some ...: Clinically, the antibiotic treatment you've received should cover all common PID-related bacteria. At this time, you should direct & bring all your existing concern to the treating Doc for analysis, follow-up, modification, etc. Further online chat, I'm afraid, will further confuse you with more anxiety and fear instead of help you. So, keep a close contact with your Doc so to refine the care.... ...Read more

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Are all vaginal infections self-treatable?

Are all vaginal infections self-treatable?

No: Some yeast infections may respond to otc antifungals. If they dont respond then your doctor will prescribe a stronger antifungal either a cream or pill. Bacterial vaginosis and trichomonas needs to be treated with antibiotics. ...Read more

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How long can I take doxycycline 100mg twice per day for my mild acne?

How long can I take doxycycline 100mg twice per day for my mild acne?

Longtime: You can take for a longtime. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more

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Dr. Timothy Brown
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Vaginal Infections (Definition)

Vaginal infections is a term for any infection affecting the vagina and can be caused by yeast or bacteria, and may be sexually transmitted. They may result in pain, ...Read more


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Vibramycin (Definition)

Vibramycin is a tetracyclic agent which is a kind of serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibiting drug (atypical anti-psychotic ...Read more