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What Is The Antibiotic Flagyl Used To Treat
Is an injection of antibiotics and 7 days of Flagyl two times a day sufficient to treat PID caused by BV?
I treated myself with clindamycin. But after unprotected sex with my husband i got BV again. Any other antibiotic for men except flagyl?
More Data Needed: Yes, of course. But you just don't throw meds at a symptom when the symptom can represent several different infections and different infections are treated with different antibiotics. It is vital to get tested and to have both partners fully treated for the infection one has. ...Read more
Can flagyl and ciprofloxacin 500mg oral antibiotics treat bacterial infections in the armpit or no?
Hidradenitis?: The combination of "bacterial infections in the armpit" plus these particular antibiotics suggest your doctor is treating you for hidradenitis suppurativa. HA itself is not an infection, but it has very similar symptoms, and infection can complicate HA. If so, these antibiotics are typical and should help. Discuss with the doctor treating you, or maybe consult an infectius diseases specialist. ...Read more
Been taking Flagyl and keflex for diverticulitis have developed a yeast infection, can I take fluconazole along with my antibiotics to treat it?
Yes: Fluconazole can be taken along with Keflex and flagyl. Stop the Macrobid you list as taking. This drug has many toxicities and is only a urinary antiseptic which does not achieve therapeutic tissue levels. It is only used to treat or prevent bladder infections. You certainly don't need to take it while you are on the other antibiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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