The True Efficacy Of Thiamphenicol Drugs?
Can thiamphenicol 500 mg be used to treat gonorrhea or syphilis?
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Thiamphenicol is a type of chloramphenicol class of antibiotics that has broad bacteriostatic activity, both against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. This drug works by inhibiting bacterial cell wall synthesis.
Many diseases can be overcome by giving thiamphenicol, one of which is gonorrhea (gonorrhea). In addition, several other types of infections, such as typhoid fever (typhoid), gastrointestinal infections, or urinary tract infections can also be treated with thiamphenicol. Administration of thiamphenicol to treat syphilis is not common.
Need to be clarified first, what symptoms are you experiencing? Have you ever been checked by a doctor? So, what is the doctor's diagnosis? Syphilis? Or gonorrhea?
Gonorrhea and syphilis are both different types of disease, therefore, the treatment will be different.
Gonorrhea is caused by a bacterial infection called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. These bacteria can cause sufferers to excrete a whitish fluid resembling pus from the urinary tract, hence it is also known as gonorrhea. In addition, patients also often feel pain when urinating, or various other complaints depending on which part of the body is infected.
Syphilis is caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. This condition will cause ulcers on the skin that do not cause pain. These ulcers can appear on the genitals, anus, or even in the mouth. Patients with syphilis will generally also experience other complaints, such as swollen lymph nodes, genital warts, skin rashes, or even further complications to other organs, such as the eyes, brain, heart, and so on.
It is necessary to establish the right diagnosis related to the complaints you are experiencing before starting therapy. Therefore, you should not take antibiotics or any drugs indiscriminately unless they are prescribed by a doctor. Consumption of antibiotics without proper medical indications risks causing various health problems, ranging from allergies, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), even shock, and so on.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah