Can I take doxycycline with Flagyl for vaginal bacteria infection?

Doxy and Flagyl. Many infections require treatment with more than one antibiotic. In general terms and in individuals without contraindications and normal liver and kidney function, antibiotics of different classes are commonly and safely combined. A doctor should be consulted for antibiotic treatment.

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Can doxycycline be combine with Flagyl in urinary track infection?

Wrong drugs. Flagyl would do nothing to treat a uti, and Doxycycline would not be a typical choice, either. Flagyl treats trichomonas, and Doxycycline treats chlamydia, but this would not be a good combination for a uti. Read more...

I have pain that relates to prostatitis and have tried bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) and doxycycline and also a round of Flagyl in case I had some other infection.

Chronic Prostatitis. I wold advise a couple of things. I think the naturopaths may have some advice for you as well and you may want to google naturopathic treatment of chronic prostatitis. Your antibiotic treatment choices are missing Cipro (ciprofloxacin) or any treatment for gonorrhea. Where you tested for gonorrhea and/or chlamydia? Have you tried saw palmetto the herb designed to help shrink a swollen prostate? Read more...
U r well covered. Hot sitz bath, taking nsaids/ ibuprofen, muscle relaxers etc may help relieve the pain. Follow up with ur urologist. Take care! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/men/guide/prostatitis?Page=1 http://health.Howstuffworks.Com/wellness/natural-medicine/home-remedies/home-remedies-for-prostate-problems.Htm. Read more...

I took vibramycin (doxycycline) 100mg capsule along with Flagyl (1 each) for dental infection and now my stomach is burning like nausea. Took it after food.

Antibiotics. Antibiotics can use GI distress. Taking 1 will not prevent spread of dental infection, you need a full course of the antibiotics for effective treatment. Know also that antibiotics alone will not "cure" a dental infection. You need specific dental treatment for that. Please see a Dentist rather than trying to self-medicate. Read more...