Can I Redeem Antibiotics Without Consulting A Doctor?
Sorry doctor I want to ask. Can antibiotics (azithromycin) be bought again because the drug from the doctor has run out but I still feel pain?
Azithromycin is an antibiotic drug. This drug is useful for dealing with various infections, especially bacterial infections and is generally used to treat infections of the respiratory tract, urinary tract until sexually transmitted infections. Although beneficial for overcoming bacterial infections, this drug has no analgesic effect.
Although beneficial, the use of azithromycin must be carried out on the advice and supervision of a doctor because this drug has the potential to cause dangerous side effects, namely:
Allergic reactions to anaphylactic shock that can be life-threatening. Resistance to bacteria or germs becomes resistant to antibiotics If you have previously received medical treatment and complaints that you experience settled then you should discuss this with the doctor who treats you so that follow-up is appropriate for your condition can be done. If deemed necessary, your doctor can recommend a bacterial resistance test to determine the appropriate medication for your condition.
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