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There is a pill that you can ask your doctor for that is strictly for this. You only have to take one, certain cases you may have to take it for 2...
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COULD IT BE HER TONSILS OR ADENOIDS? COULD IT BE HER IMMUNE SYSTEM DOESN'T WORK CORRECTLY?
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Hi I have had this since my teens and never grown out of it, could not tell you how many pillows we have been through and a few duvets as well, and...
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They say not to give any kind of cough medicine to a 4 month old.  I would say no, it is not ok.  Plenty of fluid to thin out the...
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You can do that, but it is likely to taste nasty.
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Hi Self medication is not the way to go, do see your doctor ASAPGood Luck
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Either the antibiotics aren't attacking the exact strep infection that you have, or you are getting reinfected somehow.  This is a really...
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Hi For one treating yourself with antibiotic is a real NO, NO these days, and this loses its potency, so the best thing is to put them down the...
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You probably want to talk with your doctor about an alternative.  The WebMD interaction checker says this: Serious - Use Alternative:...
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you should ask your doctor or the pharmacist. I'm not sure about mixing the two, I have never taken Benadryl. not sure if it's a good thing...
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Most likely, you can.  It is not a sulfa drug.
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A visual diagnosis of Strep is wrong about 50% of the time, so the medical provider should have done a Strep test first. Little white dots are NOT a...
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I cannot blindly advise you to self-prescribe an antibiotic based solely on the color of your mucous. Mucous can be yellow simply from stagnation and...
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Yes, if it was specifically prescribed by his/her medical provider in the proper doses.
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It is safe....IF you have a yeast infection and really need it. Difulcan is not a preventative.
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