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upper respiratory tract infection

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dgirl Says:
 
i have tried natravox as an antibiotic after having liposuction. symptoms were: feeling of vomitting; bloatedness. i believe there was also water retention. I wish to find out if this is normall.

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vlackat Says:
 
pls. provide us information about the general description and use of NATRAVOX as antibiotics. is it covered with the treatment of gonorrhea? pls. give me medical advice how to cure gonorrhea using antravox. thanks!

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vlackat Says:
 
is natravox effective in curing gonorrhea? right now it is my medicine for intake twice daily. pls. let me know if i double the dosage per meal intake. thank you!

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Verwon Says:
 
Sorry, there are no medical professionals at this site to give you such advice. I suggest you see your doctor!

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creedgirl Says:
 
is natravox has side effect in pregant person?

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