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No, that is not "too much" in the way of antibiotics, but it would be nice to know if you have kidney stones. A renal CT scan can tell you...
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Hi this ache, is it just inside the top? it could be a blocked Bartholin's cyst?But being on antibiotics that amount of times in 3 months is not...
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As you may realize, I have not way of seeing those "white spots" by an examination, and your description is just too vague to make any type...
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Hi, Since white blood cells fight off infection, people tend to think that elevated levels are actually beneficial. This is not necessarily the case...
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Since ORAL antibiotics have been known to reduce the effectiveness of some antibiotics, so it would be okay to use a secondary form of birth control...
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Since I do not know the medical details of your case....only what you have shared, the insertion of tubes would seem appropriate after three months...
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Because of strict HIPPA privacy rules, a medical provider is prohibited BY LAW from revealing any medical information to another person, including a...
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Of course. Not all antibiotics cover all bacterial stains. You could have one of the strains not covered by the antibiotic you were taking (you did...
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The dosage you describe, 500mg twice a day of cephalexin (Keflex), is a usual dosage for this drug. Cephalexin is often prescribed for soft tissue...
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Well sorry, to hear that. Unfortunately it's hard to tell how long without knowing how deep they are (my own cat will leave scratches and it...
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Hi You need to see a pulmonologist, or pulmonary disease specialist, is a physician who possesses specialized knowledge and skill in the...
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Yes, continue taking your antibiotic as prescribed by your medical provider. Call the medical provider for a separate treatment for your thrush.
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Hi Its the antibiotics they have upset your natural vaginal PH and by doing this you now have a yeast infection, now there are some OTC  meds...
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Fever is normal in ANY child who is fighting off an infection. Unless he was specifically tested for a bacterial cause (throat culture) for his...
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Bullous myringitis may be VIRAL, in which case, no antibiotic will help. It will just self-resolve in about a week. This is assuming, of course, that...
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