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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...
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Some but not all, best to get a veterinarian to prescribe the proper antibiotics if it is the same medication it may be cheaper at a local pharmacy...
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Antibiotics are prescription drugs that should be taken only under a doctor's advice. No one antibiotic can protect against all types of biological...
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Hi Anything from 2 hours to 30 minutes before, to four hours after.The best thing you can do is just google your question, lots of varying answers...
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That would be up to the discretion of your treating medical provider, but basically antibiotics are not needed -- even, contraindicated -- if you...
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No. Antibiotics don't work for the common cold, which is caused by viruses. Antibiotics only treat bacterial infections.Sometimes a bacterial...
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Unfortunately, I do not know the age of your daughter to know if it is safe.There are two...
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These eye drops do not contain any amoxicillin, so it is okay to use. Incidentally, these sulfa-based eye drops tend to burn/sting, so be nice to him...
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Are you sure it is just a kidney infection and not a kidney STONE? You may need a CT scan of your kidneys to be sure. Keflex is an appropriate drug...
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Those medications are chemically compatible to be taken at the same time, assuming you currently have clinical indications to take BOTH. It is never...
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To help with future colds/upper respiratory I would highly suggest start taking a Prebiotic and Probiotic DAILY.  Its helped me tremendously and...