Can Breastfeeding Mothers Take The Drug Amoxicillin?
I want to ask, is it true that mothers who are breastfeeding take amoxicillin? Tip of my toenails. My toes hurt, nails pierce the skin, cause pain and make walking difficult, before becoming pregnant I usually take amoxicillin when I feel the same pain.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Amoxicillin is a drug that belongs to the class of antibiotics and should not be taken without a doctor's prescription, in any condition, without exception.
This means you should not take it even though you already know very well that it is the drug that you have been using if you feel the same symptoms. Because determining a drug requires more than just the similarity of symptoms. People who experience urinary tract infections and kidney stones may show the same symptoms in the form of urination that feels incomplete, pain in the lower abdomen and pain in the waist, but the two conditions are very different drugs.
Therefore regardless of whether amoxicillin may be consumed by pregnant women or not, you should still see yourself to see a doctor. Let the doctor determine whether you really need to take antibiotics because there are signs of bacterial infection or not. Actually, if the complaint goes into the nail or nail piercing the skin, antibiotics are not needed because the condition is not caused by bacteria.
The danger if you take antibiotics that are not in accordance with their designation is that they can kill good bacteria that are supposed to be present in your body, and cause other illnesses, and when you really need antibiotics, it could be that these bacteria are already already immune so that you will be more difficult to cure.
Therefore, soak your feet in hot water for a while, the consumption of anti-pain and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed first, and immediately consult a doctor. That's all, hope you answer your question.