Your dentist will know which type is right for you. I had an abscessed tooth too. I had to be on antibiotics for 4 weeks to get rid of the infection. Then I had to have a root canal done. It did not hurt at all and I am afraid of the dentist. Amoxicillin, Biaxin or clindamycin are often used in treating dental infections.
I think that in short course antibiotic therapy,multivitamins should not be taken.But,in long term antibiotic treatment such as anti TB treatment,multivitamins or specific vitamin such as B6 should be taken.
If you take an antibiotic without a doctor's prescription, it could create antibiotic resistance in the bacteria that are naturally in your body.
after 1and a half hours
Doxycycline is an antibiotic and should be taken as prescribed by your doctor.
1 - We should not take over dose of antibiotics. 2 - Antibiotics should not be taken empty stomach. 3 - We should take antibiotic onlyafter consulting a doctor. 4 - We should complete the dose of antibiotic as advised by the doctor.
Penicillin is used for bacterial infections, such as an abscessed tooth becoming infected. Penicillin should not be taken for viral infections like the Flu.
None, it is an antibiotic and should only be taken at the direction of a medical doctor.
It is an antibiotic that is generally in capsule form. It is to be taken according to the prescription that a person is given by their doctor.
No. The treatment for Chlamydia is an antibiotic taken by mouth, most commonly Azithromycin or Doxycyline. Neither of these should make you bleed when taken correctly.
The DS stands for days supply on an antibiotic prescription. Days supply means how many days the prescription should last if the prescription is taken as directed.
If you are taking antibiotic injections, then you should definitely not be taking any kind of drug, as depending on the drug, the antibiotic will be effected and possibly not work. In the case of cocaine, it will probably slow down the effect the antibiotic has on you. So basically, DON'T TRY IT!
Most of them should be taken after food. But a few like Roxythromycin and Azithromycin have to be taken on an empty stomach as food interferes with their absorption.
The medication that is prescribed by a doctor. It is usually treated with an injected antibiotic, which is not an over-the-counter drug.
From my experiences, it can, but I'm not sure if it can be taken out.
yes it can. I went to the e.r. with a tooth ache and terrible headache from it and this is what they gave me
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You should wait at least two hours between taking the antibiotic and taking the vitamin, because some vitamins decrease your body's absorption of the antibiotic medication. If this happens, and the bacteria are not killed, then antibiotic-resistant bacteria start to form, making it harder to kill them off.
There are several possible reasons.The original diagnosis may not be accurate, you should call the doctor.The bacteria being treated is resistant to the antibiotic you are using. You should call the doctor.There may be a viral infection in addition to the bacterial infection. You should call the doctor.The antibiotic you are using may have been rendered ineffective. It may be old or subject to temperatures that render the antibiotic ineffective. Call the doctor or pharmacist.The antibiotic may have been taken with food that reduces it effectiveness or it should have been taken with food but wasn't. Check with your doctor or pharmacist.The antibiotic may have not been take as directed. Did you skip dosages or days?In any event, if it isn't working, get in touch with your doctor again.
This is a very good question. Most of the infections are viral infections and they do not need any antibiotic. Secondly most of the bacterial infections are mild and they also do not need antibiotic. Thirdly the dose, duration and selection of antibiotic needs a wise judgement. Which you can not decide. Forth reason is injudiciuos use of antibiotic can lead to emergence of antibiotics resistant bacteria. As you have in case of ndm 1 or superbug in your hand. This generation is responsible to the welfare of the coming generations. So in short the antibiotics should not be taken without the prescription of the qualified doctor.
Yes they have nothing to do with each other
Yes, and it needs to be taken until finished.
It is an antibiotic that is a medicine if taken properly, but a poison if abused or not taken properly, or if the person is allergic to it.
Yes (if prescribed). Amoxicillin can be safely used during pregnancy provided there are no other prohibiting factors, e.g. allergy to penicillin, etc.
Penicillin is an antibiotic taken to prevent an infection, not cause it.
Yes. It is a good antibiotic to be taken during pregnancy. But then, it is an antibiotic, which must be prescribed by the qualified physician.