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Can I get a Rx for metronidazole or tinidazole without seeing my Dr? My partner & I have have already taken the medication aprox 2 yrs ago
Maybe. Maybe not.: Try HealthTap PRIME, where doctors see and treat you, via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. They can see photos you upload. PRIME can be accessed from anywhere in the world, and patients have a monthly subscription fee. The fee is the same, regardless of whether or not the doctor prescribes a medication. (Doctors answering the regular, free questions provide general information, not medical care.) ...Read more
What else medication besides Flagyl and tindamax can I take to rid of trichamonisis. My symptoms have stayed the same.??
See urologist: If you've been properly diagnosed and treated, persistent symptoms may not be due to persistent trachoma as infection. (Usually men have no symptoms.) See a urologist. ...Read more
Tinidazole: "The use of tinidazole is contraindicated: In patients with a previous history of hypersensitivity to tinidazole or other nitroimidazole derivatives. During first trimester of pregnancy. In nursing mothers: Interruption of breast-feeding is recommended during tinidazole therapy and for 3 days following the last dose.” See: http://dailymed. Nlm. Nih. Gov/dailymed/drugInfo. Cfm? Setid=a0d01539-8413-470 ...Read more
I have been treated for Trich with Flagal the 1 day 4 pills and the 7 day 2 pills and it hasn't worked now they want to put me on Tinidazole?
Same as flagyl: I'm not certain the reason that the want to switch you to a drug that is basically the same but with a shorter duration of treatment. Listen to your doctors. ...Read more
Paromomycin: There is no interaction with food. Stay away from alcoholic beverages. ...Read more
Yes you can: Yes you can and there is no contraindication to it. ...Read more
Tinidazole: The recommended dose in non-pregnant women is 2 g orally once daily for 2 days taken with food or a 1 g oral dose once daily for 5 days taken with food. The use of tinidazole in pregnant patients has not been studied for bacterial vaginosis. Do not drink alcohol up to 24-48 hrs after last dose. ...Read more
Tinidazole for BV: The recommended dose in non-pregnant women is 2 g orally once daily for 2 days taken with food or a 1 g oral dose once daily for 5 days taken with food. The use of tinidazole in pregnant patients has not been studied for bacterial vaginosis. Do not drink alcohol up to 24-48 hrs after last dose. ...Read more
Tinidazole: Yes, or you can take one every 12 hours. ...Read more
No sure fire method: Nothing works that well. However, taking the pill with food may help. ...Read more
Is cereal considered a meal to take with 1g of tinidazole. Can I take with multi containing iron too?
Sure: Sarah I have found nothing to indicate that you can' but ask your pharmacist ...Read more
Can I take 1g of tinidazole with cereal, is cereal a good meal? Can I take tinidazole with multi with iron?
Yes - tinidazole: Can be taken with food. It may actually reduce some of the side-effects such as nausea associated with it. And I'm a fan actually of cereal -particularly the more 'natural' ones that are on the market. I'm against sugar and refined cereals, but you can find whole grain cereals that are organic and high in fiber. There shouldn't be any problem with your multivitamin and iron tablet. Take care. ...Read more
If tinidazole dose for BV is 2g daily for 2 days does that mean 2 g single dose every 24 hours? And 1g dose every 24 hours for 5 day dose?
It's 2 grams for 2da: The dosage is 2grams for 2 consecutive days ...Read more
I'm on tinidazole and drank some sweetened kefir which I did not know had some alcohol in it. Is the content significant enough to cause a reaction?
Azoles: If you drank enough alcohol to interact with tinidazole you will know about it very quickly. The degree to which you will react will depend upon the quantity of alcohol you consumed. If you are now having abdominal pain and are nauseated, you are having an antabuse-like reaction. ...Read more
I've had 5 loose motions (3almostwater 8hrs ago and I've Norflox TZ (norflox-400 & Tinidazole-600)should I take the whole tablet or split it &take half?
Norflox TZ: Please take the whole tablet as prescribed by your doctor. ...Read more
Old drug: Tinidazole is a relative of metronidazole, used outside the us for decades; it has recently come to light as a treatment for more refractory trichomonas infection. For bacterial vaginosis, however, you would expect the response rates to be the same. I anticipate more research in this area. It is not currently fda approved for bacterial vaginosis. ...Read more
Probably: Since it is an expensive version of metronidazole it probably will not work. Sometimes a different delivery form can work even with the same medication You need to see a provider and have a culture done and see if they is one medication which would help you and make sure it is not a yeast ...Read more
Dr prescribe us 4-500mg tinidazole for my bf&I.Took mine 2 days before my bf had sex same day he took his and the next day. Can I get reinfected again?
Prscrbed 2 tabs fluconazole 150mg & 2x2x2 of tinidazole 500mg for bv. Dr said something about taking 1 aftr finishing the other buti forget, she is away?
My Doctor prescribed me Tinidazole 500 mg Tablets, 4 at a time for 2 doses. Is there any other ways to prevent nauseousness?
Amebiasis treatment: does the order if treatment matter? Dr cahill specifically ordered me to take paromomycin first. Followed by tinidazole.
Amoebiasis: Paromomycin will elimated the entamoeba histolytica from the GI tract so that it doesn't get back into the circulation after your extraintestinal disease has been treated with tinidazole, since unless given in very large doses the tinidazole will not affect the colonic amoebae. Your doctor is accurate. Listen to them. ...Read more