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Azithromycin for ear infection, cleanse - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I am finishing taking Azithromycin for nasty Ear and Broncial infection, also had nasty fever for 4 whole days, since I basically felt no need to eat I figured I would start the master cleanse when I started feeling better (having already lost much of my appatite I thought maybe this would be a good idea) So i started yesterday when my fever finnally broke and aside from coughing fits at night all sign of infections were long gone, my question is, I still have the day 5 pill left for my Azithromycin pills, I still plan on taking it but have I put my self in jeporday by starting the cleanse to early? kinda freaking out here.

thank you in advance, AAAAAAA
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am
Doctor :   Let me read the query
Doctor :   Ok
User :   ok what?
Doctor :   Look if you are just repairing the immune system after a 4 day long illness, I think it is not good idea to start n it
User :   thats what I kinda thought
Doctor :   The diet right now should consist of more carbohydrate, protein and normal fat
Doctor :   In the way, you have to eat much of dairy products, egg and small amounts of meat
User :   so basically get back to spped befpre dtarting a major body change
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   I suggest a 'wait for 10 days' at least
User :   is there any damge possibly done to my recovery for doing a half a days cleanse with the salt water flush?
Doctor :   Not really
Doctor :   You can still get back
User :   ok thanks doc
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now

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