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It is the antibiotic and usually not yogurt that causes those GI disturbances. Some yogurts contain beneficial bacteria. Beneficial bacteria in...
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That would depend on your diagnosis (the reason for the antibiotic) and the TYPE of antibiotic you are taking. Some can be taken with moderate...
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This could indicate a bacterial vaginal infection, so treatment with an oral antibiotic or a prescription vaginal cream would be indicated.
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Benadryl is a nonprescription antihistamine which contains diphenhydramine as the active ingredient. Benadryl can be used in children over the age of...
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Good question. The answer is maybe, but why take even the remote chance? Use a secondary form of birth control while you are taking antibiotics. We...
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A hysterectomy only removes the uterus. Any woman of any age who still has a vagina can most definitely get a vaginal yeast infection, especially...
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That depends on the antibiotic; an important fact that you failed to share. A quick way to get an answer would be to call a pharmacist....any...
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Hi I would  not bother till your of the antis, these will kill all what your hoping that will do you good. I would wait till your back off the...
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Hi Just treat this with a strong sea salt water wash this will help clean and heal the cut do this n3 times to day then just twice a day till it...
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Before using this product, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to neomycin, bacitracin, or polymyxin; or to aminoglycoside...
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yes if the DR subscribes it certain antibiotics are used on certain infections only if the first round of antibiotics failed to work on the infection...
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You usually don't need a doctor or an antibiotic when you have a cold. Colds are caused by viruses. Antibiotics kill bacteria, not viruses. But a...
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Assuming you are talking about a MIDDLE ear infection, you should have experienced relief in three days...IF, (a) you were properly and accurately...