Use Of Antibiotics To Treat Syphilis?

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I have bought thiamycin 500 for syphilisrnHow do I use it, dol, is it 2×1 or 3×1

1 Answer:

good Andy,


thiamycin is a trademark of an antibiotic that contains the active ingredient thiamphenicol, usually in a dosage of 500 mg. Thiamphenicol is a broad-spectrum antibiotic used to treat infections, such as gastrointestinal infections by the bacterium Salmonella typhi, which causes typhoid infection. This antibiotic can be taken three to four times a day, depending on the prescription given by the doctor. Therefore, it is not wise to take antibiotics without a doctor's prescription and go through a convincing examination that the patient does need antibiotics. This can risk making thiamphenicol an antibiotic that increases resistance from bacteria due to irrational use. We recommend that you check with your doctor first to find out if you need thiamphenicol, and if so what is the right dose. Here we attach an article about thiamphenicol. Hope it is useful.

dr. N. K. Arief

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