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Is Normaxin Tablet Antibiotic
What is the correct breakthrough medication cause i'm taking fentanyl 75 mcg but the breakthrough medication isn't working no more wich is 10 mg oxy?
UTI: Clindamycin is a very unusual antibiotic to be used in treating a UTI unless it is due to a staphylococcus. The dosage, assuming the therapy is appropriate, is from 300 to 600mg three times a day, although it may be very difficult to tolerate because of GI side-effects if given orally. ...Read more
Zithromax: All antibiotics have potential side effects. See: http://www.drugs.com/sfx/zithromax-side-effects.html ...Read more
No More Than Once!: As far as I know, the highest one-time dose is 875 mg. You're supposed to take that twice a day, so you do the math. Was that a one-time 3g dose? Someone might have had some idea why to do that. There's a high dose, 2g twice a day, therapy for sinusitis, but that's about it. So maybe double check with whomever prescribed it on what the deal is here. then let me know, thanks ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, it's safe.: There is no specific interaction. However, with all antibiotics, you should be aware that prolonged use of multiple antibiotics does tend to destroy the normal gut flora (normal bacteria in your intestinal tract) and allows for overgrowth of one particularly BAD type of bacteria called clostridium difficile (C. Diff). This can lead to prolonged bouts of diarrhea. So, be careful in the long term. ...Read more
Category C: The risk to the growing baby is not quite known at category C, so best to use the creams if definitively needed, but even most the Rx creams carry a category C, and should not be used, especially in the first trimester. Best to consult with your GYN to get an exam and assure the diagnosis and then get the proper treatment safe for you in pregnancy. best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will 500 mg of ciprofloxacin treat gonorrhea or chlamydia if 1 tablet is taken twice daily for 3 days (6 total tablets)?
Definitely not!: Cipro (ciprofloxacin)floxacin once was used routinely to treat gonorrhea, but many gonorrhea strains are now resistant to it. And cipro (ciprofloxacin) has never been effective for chlamydia. Cipro (ciprofloxacin) definitely should not be used to treat either of these STDs; no matter how much you take, it is not likely to work. Talk with your doctor about getting proper treatment, usually with ceftriaxone, azithromycin, or both. Good luck! ...Read more
For headache, is taking one tablet of 500 mg ponstan is equivalent to taking 2 tablet of panadol (acetaminophen) actifast of 500 mg each? Which one is better?
Whatever works: They both can work. The best one is whatever works for you! ...Read more
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