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Can I Take Tetralysal And Malarone
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Acne solutions? Im 32. I take birthcontril which helps some. I already took Accutane and I cannot take antibiotics (allergic).
See a dermatologist: It sounds like you have a pretty severe case of acne (treated with accutane) and still not having satisfactory result. Derm docs can help you, possibly using chemical peels, intralesional injections of steroid, photo/photodynamic therapy, and some fractional laser therapy may be of benefit to you. This is out of my specialty, but I am sure derm docs can help. Consult your doc..Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Roxithromycin: Is not present in the US, intended for people in Australia, it is a macrolide, more or less similar to Azithromycin, yes it passes in breast milk, not intended to be given to small children anyways, safety of Azithromycin in breastfeeding is unknown, yet no reported huge side effects from breastfeeding mothers on their babies, I would take the medicine, and call the doctor to discuss ...Read more
I take 7.5 mgs. Of Meloxicam? What can I take OTC for cold and sinus? Can I continue my Clarentin?
Probably OK: It will probably be ok for you to take these two medicines together. The main thing to be aware of is that both medicines can cause nausea or stomach complaints, so you might have a higher likelihood of that type of problem. If both have been prescribed for you, and you have already tolerated one of them well, then you can try them together and let you physician know if there are difficulties. ...Read more
My doctor prescribed erythromycin for me to take for 3 month because I have acne and wanted to know will in interfere with Ativan (lorazepam) if I take it?
Yes, switch complex: A switch to larium not recommended but can switch to Malarone (atovaquone and proguanil) if needed. If switch happens more than 3 weeks before departure from endemic area, Malarone (atovaquone and proguanil) is taken daily and then a week after. If switch occurs <3 weeks before leaving endemic area, Malarone (atovaquone and proguanil) is taken daily for 4 weeks after the switch. If switch happens post departure from risk area, Malarone (atovaquone and proguanil) taken daily 4 weeks post date departure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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