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What types of allergies to antibiotics exist?
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What types of allergies are there?
The common types of allergies are: Airborne allergies like allergies to pollen, ragweed, mold, dust mites, animals, and chemicals. Food allergies like allergies to peanuts, seafood, fish, MSG, milk and eggs. Other allergies include allergies to pets (fur), sulfite, insect stings, latex, and drugs. *Xo, Smartiiz. Some diffrent types of allergies are animal allergies,plant allergies the latest allergies that was discovered was nickle allergies which can be caused by bod pearcings
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Are antibiotics needed for a cold?
No, antibiotics are not the right medication for a cold. Antibiotics are for treating bacterial infections. The common cold is caused by a virus, not bacteria, and will not be affected by antibiotics. There may be a situation where a doctor may prescribe antibiotics for a secondary bacterial infection after a cold or flu, but the cold itself can not be treated with antibiotics...it is a waste of money to use them for a cold and is also an unnecessary risk of adverse reactions or allergies to the antibiotics.
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Why can allergies be treated with antibiotics?
I don't think they can??? In fact, antibiotics often are the cause of an allergic reaction. An "allergy" is when the body incorrectly thinks a harmless substance is a harmful substance. The body produces antibodies. Common items that people are allergic to are pollen (grass, tree), animal hairs (cats), foods (nuts), and antibiotics (penicillin). Antibiotics are for treating bacterial infections. Common medications to treat allergies are antihistamines and steriods. Maybe someone else can offer an example?