No. Tetracycline is for bacterial infections. See a doctor about the kidney stones.
Tetracycline can be administered to cats for a variety of infections as prescribed by a licensed veterinarian.
Yes, it is considered a moderately effective second-line antibiotic for the treatment of sinus infection. Doxycline is part of the Tetracycline group. Do not take if allergic to Tetracycline. Otherwise, this is a modestly effective antibiotic, and useful for patients allergic to Penicillin. Please follow-up with your doctor if after taking for several days (4-5), symptoms do not subside.
No, tetracycline is not an effective medication for either psychosis or schizophrenia. Tetracycline is an antibiotic used to treat infections such as pneumonia.
Sinus infection symptoms include headache and pressure. You may also have ear pain. Most sinus infections are caused by viruses and will go away in 10 days. Many sinus infections are actually migraines- not sinus infections at all!
Most sinus infections are viral, and most sinus infections to not respond to antibiotics. Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
No. Acyclovir should not be used to treat a sinus infection. Acyclovir is an antiviral drug used to treat herpes. Sinus infections are bacterial and require an antibiotic.
ciprofloxacin for sinus infections
You can get relief for sinus infections from over the counter drugs like tylenol. Go to your local pharmacy or walmart to find this medication. Good luck to you.