Rules For Taking Medication For Patients With Gonorrhea?
h white 10 grains of mafenamic acid 8 grainsrnThe 10.2×1 which is 8.3×1 a day I have been drinking at night after I had the injection, the next day I continue in the morning afternoon and evening which is 3×1 a day and which 2×1 a day I drink in the morning and evening after eating. it’s correct
Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterial infection. Gonorrhea can cause various complaints such as gonorrhea, pain in the testicles, pain when urinating, and inflammation of the foreskin. The examinations carried out include anamnesis/interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations if necessary such as penile fluid tests and urine tests. Gonorrhea treatment is with antibiotics, can be injection, oral, or both, as well as supporting drugs such as painkillers.
Back to your question, the drug should be taken as directed by the prescribing doctor or pharmacist on duty. In general, if the drug is consumed 3x1 then the drug is consumed 3x in 1 day with an interval of every 8 hours. For example, the medicine is taken at 6 am, 2 pm, and 10 pm, the most important thing is that the distance is always 8 hours. Meanwhile, if the drug is taken 2x1 means the drug is consumed 2x in 1 day with a distance of 12 hours. For example, the medicine is taken at 6 am and 6 pm, the most important thing is that the distance is 12 hours. If you really follow the rules of taking medication correctly, it is hoped that the effectiveness of the drug will be maximized.
Here are some tips to prevent reinfection/re-infection of gonorrhea:
Avoid casual sex Use condoms during intercourse Postpone intercourse until completion of treatment It is recommended that your partner also be examined and treated The following articles are related to the topic of your question:
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dr. Devika Y