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Occasions When Iv Or Injected Antibiotics Are Needed
I have been sick for many years but it has never been diagnosed. But recently I took antibiotics for Gonnoreah (oral&inject). All symptoms disappeared?
WONDERFUL : Wonderful. These bacteria can establish deep infections or abscesses that fester and linger. The release of inflammatory chemicals does perpetuate illness in nonspecific ways. You can indeed feel unwell with or without specific symptoms or local signs. Other STD can coexist. Be tested. And be sure to have follow up. ...Read more
A ceftriaxone injection was given to me for kidney inflation. The problem is that it gave me a bruise where they inject the antibiotic. What do I do?
Tincture of time: Bruising is a common side effect of a needle puncture. It does not imply any need for a change in the treatment for your kidney infection. Bruising can occur from any trauma, such as bumping your arm. If you can apply pressure and ice immediately, you can minimize the size of the bruise. If this is not done immediately, the bruising expands and will be absorbed over 5-7 days or longer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Which is the safe n most effective antibiotic other than injectable ceftriaxone in the treatment of typhoid fever in 1st trimester pregnant lady?
Reddish lump on my butt cause of injecting a fluid, which got injected in the Fat. Would highly appreciate if you could advice antibiotics.
Age63, f, unable to eat, back pain, low fever after ercp 2 remove gallstone.Doc injects antibiotics.How long will recover any other complication?
Depends on severity: Pancreatitis related to ERCP can range from minimal symptoms to severe pancreatitis which can be life threatening. Depending on the severity of pancreatitis, this can resolve over a period of days to weeks/month. Also it is important to make sure that all stones were cleared from the bile duct. No alcohol ; low fat diet. You should see the gastroenterologist that did the ERCP for more guidance. ...Read more
I am taking myclav an antibiotic but then has been told l have a womb infection which l am told l should be injected rocephin (ceftriaxone) , am disturbed pliz help?
What substances are injected during sclerotherapy? Varicose veins on my feet have me looking into sclerotherapy. I have a lot of allergies, including several antibiotics and a lot of skin care products. Does anyone ever experience a reaction from the prod
Sclerosant allergies: See dr. Andrews" answer. It is excellent. Sotradecol and polidocanol don't cross react with any antibiotics so there really isn't any increased risk in having sc;lerotherapy if you are allergic to antibibiotics. Generally any kind of kind to sclerotherapy is rare. Hypertonic saline also causes no allergic reactions but injecting it is often painful and doesn't work very well. To be cont. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sometimes: Methotrexate (mtx) can be taken either orally or by injection. While the pills are more popular, the self-administered injections are cheaper, often better tolerated, and sometines more effective. Alcohol must be limited to an occcasional drink with either oral or injected mtx. Enjoy a coctail or nice glass of wine with saturday night dinner but don't drink on a daily basis. ...Read more
Sensitivites: Hopefully, if you were sick enough to need IV antibiotics, cultures were done to see which specific bacteria caused your cellulitis. If so, then the lab also tests to see which drugs the bacteria is "sensitive" to. These are the best ones to use. These can vary depending on the type of bacteria and where the infection is, if you caught it in hospital or at home, etc. As always, finish all the med! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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