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Burning in outer anal, had taken augmentin-duo and azithromycin for throat and vaginal infections. Is it due to infection or antibiotics?

Dear Doctor, I had taken Augmentin duo 625 BD for 7 days due to throat infections. After a few days, I took Azithromycin 500 mg OD for 3 days due to some vaginal infections alongwith clindmycin suppository as per Gynac. s Pres. Next day after starting Azithral I had loose motions. I talked to a doctor and took BIFILAC twice a day. But loose motion did not stop. Then I took Tinidazole 500 mg BD for 3 days and 250 mg BD for next 2 days while continuing BIFILAC.It was alright for 3 days. Then on 4th day again I had abdominal pain and loose motion with mucous but motion was also not clear. On the same day Gynac prescribed me Doxycycline 100 mg BD + lactic acid bacillus and Antoxid HC . My outer anal area is burning now. Please guide me whether it is due to infections or due to antibiotics. Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have loose stool due to your antibiotics.When we consume it the normal flora of our intestine disturbs due to antibiotics kills normal bacteria that is required for normal flora to develop.
You have been given Lactobacill to regain it but still you are on antibiotics it has not developed properly so you get loose stool.
First of all stop all medicines.Take light food.Take some isabgol that will attracts infective bacteria to comes out of crypts of intestine.
Then take lactobacil 3 times a day for 2-3 days.Take more curd or probiotic drink.A folic acid supplement is also needed.if you are not improving after 3-4 days then you consult your doctor.
Take more liquids to prevent dehydration.
If you not gets
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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