The Bad Effect Is Not Spending On Antibiotics?
Night, I am 28 years old ,, 2 weeks ago my eyelids were festering so the doctor gave me antibiotics in the sruh I drank until they were finished but for 4 days I stopped taking the medicine there were still 5 seeds, I stopped drinking because miss v I was itching a lot there are red spots on the lips of the vagina ,, I read on google miss v itching is one of the smping effects of taking antibiotics but on the other hand if the antibiotics are not consumed, the disease can heal again and the antibiotics that we are taking … then I need to How about this … it’s been 5 days I haven’t taken antibiotics then what should I do ?? … thanks, thanks
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Antibiotics are drugs that must be taken regularly as directed by a doctor. In improper and irregular use it can cause drug resistance so that the drug is no longer effective in overcoming infectious diseases. Every drug has side effects. Drug use can be stopped if allergic reactions or other serious side effects occur. If the side effects that appear are mild, the use of antibiotics can be continued until complete by including drugs to relieve symptoms of side effects that appear. For example, if there are side effects of headache after taking an antibiotic drug, then you can include paracetamol to relieve symptoms of these side effects. However, be careful when taking drugs at the same time, because there are drug interactions that actually cause health problems. We recommend that you consult with the nearest doctor first and read the instructions for using each drug carefully.
In addition, there are other ways to minimize the possibility of side effects from using drugs, namely by using the form of the drug as needed. For example, in a localized eyelid infection, antibiotics or eye ointments can be used to treat it. Antibiotic eye drops or ointments are drugs for topical treatment with less risk of side effects than systemic drugs that are taken by mouth.
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