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Antibiotics That Start With M
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I lost a piece of paper that said what I'm allergic to, I think it's an antibiotic that starts with an M. It it gives me a rash, my back starts to feel itchy, I had to take it for a blood infection. ## Hi igor, Antibiotics starting with "M" include: Meropenem, Mezlocillin, Meticillin, Moxifloxacin, Mafenide, and Minocycline. Do any of these names ring a bell? I'm sure there may be others out there, but this is what I could gather at the moment. I hope it helps! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Meropenem.
Thu, Aug 23 '12, 11:38 PM
antibiotics that start with V
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intravenous antibiotic ## Is the one you are looking for possibly Vancomycin? It is the most commonly used IV antibiotic that starts with a V in the U.S. It can still cause side effects, such as nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Read more: Please let me know if this is the correct one! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Vancomycin.
Mon, May 31 '10, 10:26 PM
Antibiotics That Start With D
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an older antibiotic that also contains amoxicillin ## I found a list that I posted below showing an A-Z list of all the different antibiotics out there. I was thinking one of the names might stand out to you if you recognize the spelling: How long ago has it been since you last heard of it? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Sat, Feb 09 '13, 10:20 PM
Antibiotics That Start With S
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antibiotic that is related to minocycline but starts with a "s" Is used for acne and is expensive. ## That would be something in the Tetracycline class, but I am not finding anything that begins with an S. Here's a link to more information on antibiotics in this class, maybe you'll see one listed that you'll recognize? Do you have any other information on it? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Minocycline.
Wed, Nov 09 '11, 12:54 PM
antibiotics that start with r
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Used to treat MRSA ## To treat MRSA, Vancomycin or other antibiotics in the same class are used. Other options may include: Flucloxacillin, Erythromycin and Ciprofloxacin. I am not, however, finding any that start with an R. but it is possible that some doctors may use Rocephin, the active ingredient in Ceftriaxone, though it is not listed as being used to treat MRSA. Do you have any other information, such as antibiotic class or anything on the particular one or ones you are seeking information on? ## After taking a round of Cipro and Flagel, I have an imbalance of flora that is causing me diahrrea and stomach pain. I had this before some years ago and was prescribed something that Started with a V. can you suggest something, ## I was in the hospital and was given a IV therapy for 20 d... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Vancomycin.
Tue, Sep 01 '15, 10:13 AM
antibiotics that start with diox
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for lung infection ## Iam an asthma patient.I have a lung infection continually.So i took minimum 2 times in a month.Any other way to avoid anti biotics.what are the side effects it make? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Antibiotics.
Thu, Jul 21 '11, 9:59 AM
Antibiotics shot That Start With Z
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Got shot today for ear infection and it started with a z 1000 milgrams ## Was it possibly Azithromycin? It's often referred to by the brand names Zmax or Zithromax. Do either of those sound familiar? Learn more Azithromycin details here. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Azithromycin.
Thu, Oct 18 '12, 5:00 PM
antibiotics that start with the letter A
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What is an antibiotics that start with the letter A ## Hi Patricia, Amoxicillin is the first antibiotic that comes to mind, starting with the letter A. But Ampicillin, Actinonin, Actinomycin, and Azithromycin are just a few other names that I'm aware of as well. Are you trying to recall something that you may have taken in the past for an infection? ## Yes I'm trying to remember what I took. It caused me to break out in a rash from head to toe. I want to make sure I add it to my allergy list. ...
Updated 2 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Tue, Sep 01 '15, 8:27 PM
do antibiotics expire
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I have bactrim that expired 4 months ago is it safe to take ## Hello, Jean! How are you? Yes, all medications start to lose efficacy once past their expiration date and may not work as well as they did, when new. The issue this creates with antibiotics, such as Bactrim, is that it may no longer properly eradicate the bacteria, which could cause it to become drug resistant. Learn more Bactrim details here. It would really be best to see your doctor for a new prescription, if you suspect that you have an infection. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hello I have some antibiotics that has expired last month on the third is it safe to use them ...
Updated 4 months ago in Bactrim.
Tue, Jul 14 '15, 12:21 PM
antibiotics spotting lo loestrin fe
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So last month I had a horrible uti and was perscribed antibiotics about 2 weeks out of the whole month so after I finished up the antibiotics about a week later I got my withdrawl bleed and during my withdrawl bleed I did have intercourse without a condom but I finished my last period on sep 4th and started spotting today sep 11th and I spotted for about 20 min and now its gone ive been on lo loestrin fe for almost 4 months now is this normal please let me know what you think!!! also I take my pills everyday at the same time im about 20 days away from my period. ## What antibiotics did you take? There are some that can lower the efficacy of oral contraceptives and would require you to use a backup method of contraception for awhile, due to the possibility of ovulation occurring. Have yo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lo Loestrin Fe.
Sun, Sep 15 '13, 11:11 AM
bacterial sinus infection AFTER starting antibiotics for another reason
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i was recently prescribed bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) for an infected burn. on the second day, i woke up with a really sore throat. by night, i had a fever, and the next morning, i had a sinus infection--which i used to get chronically from about 11 years ago, up until 4 years ago, in which time ive only had one. a day later i had a productive cough, semi bad but nowhere near as bad as the bronchitus the sinus infections would, after months, eventually turn into. those infectionswere clearly bacterial as whenever I did end up taking antibiotics, they always ended within a few days. I tried to ride them through to defer antibiotic resistance and such, and i cant rememeber if i ever did, because they WOULDNT go away. regardless, i went back to the dr this time after gettin... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Bactrim.
Fri, Nov 21 '14, 3:08 PM
effects of antibiotics on other drugs
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does amoxicillin and clavulanate nullify the use of opiates, killing infections in the body being derived from penicillan, does augmentin xr (amoxicillin and clavulanate) stop or cancel out the effects of opiates also taken in combination? ## No, as a matter of fact antibiotics and narcotic opiate analgesics are often prescribed together, since the swelling from infections frequently causes intense pain, until the antibiotics start knocking out the infection. Learn more Augmentin details here. Learn more opiate details here. Have you had some type of problem taking them together? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Nov 08 '12, 4:55 PM
Antibiotics - it said 1 every 8 hours
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Unfortunately I took the first dose at 12:30-1pm so I'm confused on the time set up. Would it be 12:30, 8:30 and 4:30 am? The 4:30 am seems impossible to remember, then I would assume to just take the 8:30 then in the morning, do more breakfast lunch dinner type thing. Say I started antibiotics but then slept with my partner again - Did it just defeat the purpose for us both after taking the first pill.. ## If the doctor has instructed you to take one every 8 hours, then it is very important that you do so, even if it means setting an alarm to wake up and do it. For eradicating some bacteria, the antibiotics must be kept in your body at a constant level. And yes, if this involves some type of STI, you should not engage each other, until it has been cleared up in both of you. The FDA... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Antibiotics.
Fri, Nov 13 '15, 4:10 PM
tendons curling up and antibiotics
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I have been prescribed antibiotics frequently by doctors. I frequently have infections related to bacterial infections and have noticed something strange slowly occurring. It started in my right leg then the left knee. I can't straighten either leg. Tingling and then it felt like a ball under my skin. My hands are showing hard clumps. Two PCPs have told me it is my tendons. Pain numbness the curling up of tendons are the symptoms. Is this from the heavy use of antibiotics? ## Hello, Connie! How are you doing? I'm very sorry about the problems that you're having. Usually, what some antibiotics cause as a side effect are tendon ruptures. What did your doctors say have caused your issue? What treatment options have they offered? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Antibiotics.
Fri, Apr 18 '14, 1:36 PM
advise regarding the possible antibiotics that have NO BLOOD THINNER QUALITIES
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I had an open sore on my left big toe, and I went swimming in a personal friends lagoon on their resort. A staff infection got into the sore and quickly spread throughout my left leg. The leg swelled to three times it's normal size, and I spent three weeks in a hospital, where they bombarded it with antibiotics. That procedure was working, but the antibiotics had trace effects of blood thinner qualities. I am a heart patient that has had nine heart procedures, including a quadruple bypass. I cannot take ANY TYPE OF BLOOD THINNER WITHOUT HEMORAGING. The antibiotics with thinners in them caught up with me, and I spent several trips to the hospital, severely hemoraging from the nose and mouth. I had to stop the antibiotics, and now the infection is starting to spread in my leg again. M... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Antibiotics.
Sat, Feb 02 '13, 8:17 AM
my cousin had severe gum pain and she was given both aceclofenac paracentamol tablets along with antibiotics and her pain did not subside
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The pain did not come down, only increased. I think it was because antibiotic tabs were given to the patient along with ace clofenac and para centamol tablets. ## No, it isn't likely that the antibiotic caused the pain to increase, that's not how they work and generally after taking them for 3 days, she should start to see improvement. However, she may have still experienced some slight worsening of the infection, which could have caused increased pain. Another possibility is that it was due to the fact that both the Aceclofenac and the Paracetamol can cause some blood thinning, which could have increased blood flow to the area, this may have increased the sensitivity and swelling, so the pain increased. These also aren't very strong pain relievers, so may not have been very... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aceclofenac.
Thu, Jun 06 '13, 11:40 AM
what starts with P and ends with M and has a thousand letters in it
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what starts with P and ends with M and has a thousand letters in it ## I was on an antibiotics for stomach issues and I can't remember the name it really helped me the dr told me in stays in the intestines I beleive it starts with the letter p ...
Updated 3 years ago in Antibiotics.
Mon, Jul 30 '12, 6:06 AM
Started period before taking white pill
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I'm on an antibiotic to get rid of my UTI. I don't start my white pill until tomorrow but I'm bleeding now. I've been on sprintec for almost 4 months now and my period usually happens the sencind it third day if the white pills. Is something wrong? And should I take my blue pill today? ## Hello, Grace! How are you? Some antibiotics lower the efficacy of oral contraceptives by reducing the amount of estrogen that you absorb. Thus, your body is reacting just like it would during your period week and don't take any hormones. You should continue taking them all, just as you normally do and use a backup method of protection, until you've finished your course of antibiotics and have taken 7 active tablets in a row after finishing them, which means no unprotected interc... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sprintec.
Fri, Oct 24 '14, 12:19 PM
cepodem with aumentin
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Hi my 2 month old had 100 fever in armpit from 6 days doc gave MOX first after three days started aumentin n asks to stop MOX now that fever still repeating every 4hrs asked to continue augmentin n cepodem together till 3 days n then stop aumentin and continue cepodem is it safe to give 2 antibiotics togtther to a 2 month old ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cefpodoxime.
Mon, Feb 24 '14, 1:37 AM
lo loestrin fe when do I start the second pack? medication ?
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there are 2 white pills and 2 brown pills, after I finish those 4 pills do I start taking the blue pills again, or do I wait till sunday? I m on lamictal and doxycycline and my obgyn didn t tell me it can effect my birth control, but I read that specifically lamictal and antibiotics can effect bc? ## Hello, Bre! How are you? Yes, you would continue straight into another pack, even if it's not on a Sunday. The FDA lists the common side effects of oral contraceptives as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, weight changes and PMS-like symptoms. Doxycycline can reduce the efficacy of oral contraceptives, so you should be using a backup method of contraception, while taking it. The typical side effects of this antibiotic may possibly include nausea, dizziness, he... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Lo Loestrin Fe.
Thu, Mar 26 '15, 1:51 PM

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