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Nitrofurantoin 25 mg/5ml oral susp
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I was diagnosed with Trigonitis and my gyn has prescribed Nitrofurnantoin oral suspension ( cannot swallow pills) to be taken at bedtime for 5 weeks. I also have nodules in my lungs which from time to time my pulmonologist will order a chest x ray or cat scan. No significant changes but my pulmonologist will periodically order a chest x ray or cat scan. I do not have any breathing problems etc. Will this new medication be bad/cause complications for my lung issue? ## Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic more commonly known for its use in treating urinary tract infections. No one can honestly know for sure how this medication will end up effecting you overtime, until you have tests done periodically. From what I've researched on my own, there are some potential adverse effects that can im... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Nitrofurantoin.
Thu, May 29 '14, 2:22 PM
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looking for package insert ## Here's what I have I hope it helps Why is this drug prescribed? Urised relieves lower urinary tract discomfort caused by inflammation or diagnostic procedures. It is used to treat urinary tract infections including cystitis (inflammation of the bladder and ureters), urethritis (inflammation of the urethra), and trigonitis (inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bladder). Methenamine, the major component of this drug, acts as a mild antiseptic by changing into formaldehyde in the urinary tract when it comes in contact with acidic urine. ----------------------------------------------- Most important fact about this drug Urised may give a blue to blue-green color to urine and discolor stools as well. ----------------------------------------------- How ... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Urised.
Fri, Nov 04 '05, 7:26 AM

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