Is there interaction between doxycycline and alcohol? I have chronic bladder infections and use antibiotics to treat flair ups. I drank about a half of a glass of beer yesterday for the first time in years ...
I have been prescribed Doxycycline tablets (100mg daily) and the leaflet tells me it effects ... tells me antibiotics do not effect the pill. I don t know which advice is best and I want to make sure I ...
green tomyellow iver the past four days while on antibiotics.Is this cephalosporin appropriate to treat klebsiella? Would doxycycline be more appropriate give the fact that klebsiella devolpes resistance ...
1. I m taking doxycycline for clahmydia is it safe to smoke weed while on this antibiotic ? 2. Is it safe to have sex with a condom while taking this antibiotic ? 3. I took this medicine before but got ...
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Hello & Welcome to HCm,
I had gone through the case, Doxy is antibiotic,so take it after meal with any antacid and multivitamin to prevent the acidity.Hope my answer will be effective for you.
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treatments for chronic epididymitis without iflamation on ultra sound av ad ciprofloxacin for 2 weaks no beter an am on doxycycline for 8 days an notin help pls
Do continue Doxycycline for the scheduled dosage and course. It is the best drug to combat Testicular infections. Chronic infections do take some time to get cured by antibiotics. Hence, be patient.
I have rosacia and was taking tetrocycline which is no longer available. I now take doxycycline and it doesnt work as well. Any suggestions?
Rosacea (say "roh-ZAY-shuh") is a very common skin disease that affects people over the age of 30. It causes redness on your nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead. Some people get little bumps and pimples on the red parts of their faces. Rosacea can also cause burning and soreness in your eyes.
Some people say that having rosacea keeps them from feeling confident at work or in social situations. If yoDoctors can prescribe medicines and other treatments for rosacea. There is no cure, but with treatment, most people can control their symptoms and keep the disease from getting worse.
Redness and breakouts can be treated with:
Pills, such as low-dose antibiotics like doxycycline.
Skin creams that contain medicine, such as azelaic acid or metronizadole.
Redness from tiny blood vessels can be treated with lasers and another light treatment called intense pulsed light (IPL).
Dry, sensitive skin can be protected with products for sensitive skin, such as moisturizers and sunscreen.
Dry, red, and irritated eyes can be treated with artificial tears or prescription eyedrops that contain a medicine such as cyclosporine.
Thickened or bumpy skin on the nose or face can be treated with cosmetic surgery.