Administration Of Drugs Without Clear Medical Indications?
I want to ask, I feel something is wrong with my nerves, then I try to find out and try to go to a pharmacy and then offer a medicine that I forget what it’s called, if for example I don’t go to the hospital and try to take the medicine / don’t take the medicine at all Is there any impact on my body?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Administration of drugs without clear medical indications should be avoided. Doctors determine the appropriate treatment for each patient must be based on the symptoms and signs complained of by the patient, physical examination, and supporting examinations if necessary to determine a definitive diagnosis, and then then determined the appropriate treatment based on the diagnosis.
The rationality of drug administration must be based on the principle of the right medical indication, the right dosage, the right preparation, the right time of administration, and the correct route of administration. If your symptoms turn out to be quite severe, then if you don't get optimal treatment it will be bad for your health.
Therefore it would be far better if you do a consultation in advance about the symptoms that you experience with a doctor in order to get adequate and targeted treatment.
That's all, hope you can help