cns side effects of mnd
, characterized by numbness, tingling, or paresthesia of an extremity, and convulsive seizures have been reported rarely with oral or IV metronidazole
. Peripheral neuropathy is usually reversible if metronidazole is discontinued but may persist in patients who receive prolonged therapy or higher than recommended dosage of the drug. Dizziness, vertigo, incoordination
, ataxia, confusion, irritability, depression, weakness, insomnia, headache, syncope, tinnitus, and hearing loss have also occurred with metronidazole. Headache occurred in 18% of nonpregnant women receiving oral metronidazole (administered as extended-release tablets) for bacterial vaginosis
, and among those reporting headache, 10% described it as severe.
you take methylcobolamine + fexofenadine
u will be ok :)