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Suffering from ear infection. Taken oflox, ciprofloxacine, wound in head, neck. Treatment?

hello doctor my XXXXX actually i had infection in my ear so i had taken Oflox 500mg, but at the time to take the Oflox i didn t know how to take so i took eregularly, and by mistake i took 15 days after that i took ciprofloxacine 500mg, so after taken all these medicine, i m getting wound in my head and neck so finally i want to know, why these wound is happening and what is the cure please suggests something
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Hello! Parvin
Thanks for putting query in HCM.
I presume that you are from India.
Please DO NOT take any medication without propper consultation .The Oflox comes in strength of 100 ,200 mg or 400 mg tablets. So first of all what did you eat .
Anyway the medicine mentioned by you belong to quinolone group . You may be allergic to these salts/group also you may be suffering from folliculitis .
Please take proper consultation from a doctor and don't indulge in self medication .
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