Can You Take Antibiotics With An Interval Of Use Once A Month?
I want to ask, I took antibiotics because it was itchy but already severe, but I drank it with a distance of 1 month, for example in January 5 tablets, then February 5 tablets, is that allowed? Is there still a risk of bacterial immunity due to the use of antibiotics?
Hello Erick, Thank you for the question.
Have you checked your doctor further to determine the cause of this itching? Is the consumption of antibiotics in accordance with doctor's recommendations? Moral in the body can be caused by:
hives prurigo eczema viral infections bacterial infections fungal infections scabies dry skin diabetes thyroid hormone disorders Treatment for each of the above medical conditions is not the same as the other and the treatment given is not always in the form of antibiotics. Antibiotics will be given by a doctor if the cause of itching on your skin is due to a bacterial infection. Bacterial immunity against antibiotics will occur if you do not use antibiotics appropriately for example not according to indications, incorrect dosages, or not according to the recommended time period (for example not to spend antibiotics). If you take antibiotics without doctor's advice and do not comply with indications, then you can experience bacterial immunity against antibiotics (antibiotic resistance). You should consult with a dermatologist first so that the doctor can examine you after learning more about your complaints through a question and answer. Further treatment will be given by the doctor in accordance with the underlying medical condition. You can use salicyl powder or calamine lotion to relieve itching. Avoid scratching itchy skin. Use a skin moisturizer if you have dry skin.
Hopefully this information is useful.