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Why did my doctor prescribe physician antibiotics for viral infection?

Not working for viru. Antibiotics will not help the viral infection . It will help if you have secondary bacterial on top of viral disease. Read more...

I do'nt understand why doctors give antibiotic in viral infection? Why

Because some. Patients want something done - they do not like the answer "this is viral, there are no medicines to treat it, you need to treat the symptoms and wait". No one likes to wait. If that kind of patient does not get something, they may think the doctor is not very good, and look for another doctor that will give them a pill. It is sad to say, but has happened. Read more...

What kind of doctor would be helpful for someone who has a viral infection?

Family doc... You should see your family doctor or general internist first if you think you have a viral infection. You can be referred to an appropriate specialist, if needed, depending on the location of the infection. If a child is involved, see the pediatrician first. Read more...
Depends on the virus. If by viral infection, you're referring to a cold or gastroenteritis, then you may not need a doctor at all, since these are not treatable conditions. But if you do go to a doctor, an internist or family practitioner is fine. But if you're talking about something like HIV or hepatitis c, then you'd want to see someone with expertise in treating those conditions. Read more...

Is there any doctor in south texas that can treat viral gastroenteritis or viral infections?

Any family or IM doc. Any licensed primary care provider, either family doctor or internal medicine doctor should be able to treat it. I am pretty sure that there are a lot of them in south tx. Btw, viral infections don't require much treatment though. Stay well hydrated with soda drinks, like gatorade. Read more...
Usually don't need. to see the doctor to treat viral gastroenteritis or a cold. However, usually a GP and up can tx if necessary. Read more...

Blackouts, doc said viral infection for 3 months does it sounds right? Otherwise everything normal 18 year old.

No. Something does not fit. You should not be having episodes of blackouts from a lengthy undefined viral illness. Suggest strongly that you see a neurologist or infectious disease expert or both and get this specifically evaluated and diagnosed. This could be cardiac arrhythmia, neurological, infectious, or about anything. Hope this turns out to be nothing serious and you are better soon. Best. Read more...
Doubt it. Assuming these "blackouts" are really happening, assuming they are not substance induced (alcohol, pills, or some other substance), and assuming they are not psychiatric in origin, they need to be investigated. See a neurologist at your first opportunity. Read more...