It is contagious only up until the 3rd or 4th day of being on antibiotic, not at any stage.
Tonsillitis is caused by the strep infection and the patient will be contagious in the early stages of tonsillitis. If untreated by antibiotics they can remain contagious for up to two weeks or longer.
If strep bacteria causes the infection, it can remain contagious for up to 2 weeks without treatment. However, antibiotics can shorten the contagious period and limits to about 24 to 48 hours once the therapy starts. http://health.top54u.com/post/How-Long-is-Tonsillitis-Contagious.aspx
If you've been prescribed antibiotics I'm assuming that you tested positive for a bacterial infection. Sometimes you doc will prescribe them anyway (bad idea). Strep can cause tonsillitis and we all know that you wont be contagious after 24 hours of being on antibiotics. If your tonsillitis was caused by a viral infection the antibiotics wont do anything for you except lower your immunity, and you'll still be contagious.
Tonsillitis is an inflammation of the tonsils. It is caused by an infection, bacterial or viral. While tonsillitis itself is not contagious, the infection is.
An antibiotic used for things such as tonsillitis.
An upper respiratory infection is contagious for as long as the active virus is in your system. Taking an antibiotic will help rid the body of the live virus. You will remain contagious for 24 hours following the first treatment of the antibiotic.
Viral tonsillitis is usually caused by common cold viruses. The most common type of cold virus is contagious for about three days.
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Yes, tonsillitis is highly contagious, if you spend a lot of time with someone who has it, the chances are, there is around 60% you could catch it.
Penicillin is the most commonly used treatment for tonsillitis but apparently there are other anti-biotics that work too.
You shouldn't drink alcohol while taking any medicine. Alcohol decreases the effectiveness of the antibiotic and may even increase whatever you have.
If it is strep you are contagious for 24 hours after you start antibiotics and are without a fever. If it is viral that is not as serious but you will be contagious for longer.
You are contagious 24 hours after you get the antibiotic for strep.
You shouldn't be contagious after 24 hours of being on the antibiotic.
No. Antibiotics have absolutely no effect on viruses.They treat bacterial infections only.
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Penicillin is prescribed for tonsillitis only when there is reason to believe that the cause is bacterial. Penicillin is an antibiotic that will treat strep, which is the most common bacterial cause of tonsillitis. Most sore throats are viral, though, and won't respond to antibiotics.
Impetigo is a very contagious skin disease. It will clear up on it's own, but antibiotic treatment can clear it more quickly and reduce it's contagious ability.
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Tonsillitis is an infection of the tonsils, including strep throat. It may or may not be contagious, depending on the cause of the infection.
Yes. Tonsillitis can be spread from person to person by contact with the throat or nasal fluids of someone who is already has itIt can also be spread through the air via coughing.yes, tonsilitis is highly contagious---- ----It can be. It depends on what caused it in the first place. If it is viral, then yes. If it is bacterial, then no.Yes, you can catch tonsilitis as it is a viral infection
No, but you must keep your fingers away from your mouth and use an antibiotic prescribed by your doctor.
Yes it is, bit it depends on the antibiotic you are on. The doctor will most likely ask you if you are on any medication such as the pill when you receive the antibiotic if it carries a risk of affecting the pill or other medications. I had tonsillitis and was on penicillin, and it did not affect my pill. If you are worried about it, talk to your doctor.
The cause for tonsillitis is either viral infections or streptococcal infection. You do not need antibiotic for viral infections. The bacteria which causes tonsillitis is streptococci. Streptococci practically never produce beta lactamase enzyme. Flucloxacillin is used to treat the beta lactamase producing bacteria. The antibacterial action of flucloxacillin itself is very less as compared to penicillin or ampicillin. So flucloxacillin for tonsillitis is a bad choice.