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How long does it take the antibiotics to get out of your system?


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2015-07-15 18:54:53
2015-07-15 18:54:53

Antibiotics take 2-3 weeks to leave your system. They simply clean up the infection and prevent a further infection.

Antibiotics taken while on BCP cause the a decrease in the effectiveness of BCP. Because of this you need to use a condom.

That is way too broad. It all depends on the type of antibiotic, such as is it protein or non-protein bound, the patients metabolism, their liver function, and their kidney function.

As for severe allergic reaction, rarely will the 1/2 life of the drug be more than a few hours.


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The amount of time it take for prescription drugs to get out of your system will depend on the type of medicine it is. Antibiotics take about 8 days to leave the body.

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Antibiotics can take 2 - 3 days to begin working. They take time to build a level in your system.

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This depends on your individual case and your physician will determine how long you should take antibiotics based on the results you are getting.

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Doctor's prescribe a course of antibiotics - so the full course of antibiotics should be taken.

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As long as you feel good. Dont take it over otherwise will affect.

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