Does Antibiotic prevent conception?
No. Contraceptives prevent conception to a large extent and if used correctly.
(The word antibiotic is used as a noun to mean a drug that is used to treat bacterial infections. The adjective "antibiotic" is used to describe drugs or treatments that perform the same function.) Examples: "Penicillin is one type of antibiotic." "Antibiotic ointments are used to prevent cuts from becoming infected."
There are no guidelines for preventing Prader-Willi syndrome. Prader-Willi Syndrome is a result of a genetic "error" that occurs at conception therefore there is nothing that can be done to prevent it. Liken it to not being able to prevent hair color or eye color....two things that occur as a result of DNA at conception.
Yes it helps. It is an antibiotic, Ophthalmic/ antibiotic, Topical that help prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns; short-term treatment of superficial external ocular infections caused by susceptible organisms no, it will help prevent secondary bacterial infections but to cure fungal infections get something for athletes foot. it is an antifungal medication. trust me i know what i am talking about i am a nurse