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What Is Terramicina Oxitetraciclina Polimixina B Used For

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What Is Terramicina Oxitetraciclina Polimixina B Used For
I purchased this in Mexico as an antibiotic, 125 mg, for tooth abscess ## The english translation for this medication name is Terramycin, and the ingredients which you listed above translate to Oxytetracycline - Polymyxin B. Both of these ingredients are antibiotics used to treat many infections that are common and rare, and I have no doubts that a tooth abscess is considered to be a common infection in today's society. Be sure to follow any dosing and administration instructions to the tee so the bacteria doesn't build resistence! More information about this drug can be viewed in the link below: I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Terramycin.
Thu, Apr 19 '12, 10:07 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 229703
terramicina oxitetraciclina-polimixina b
I was told this can be used to treat diaper rash. Is this true? I appreciate your help. Thank you. ## can it be used for a rash froma allergic reaction ## I have a very puffy pink eye. it started 18hrs ago and still puffy and got worse. it almost feels like there is a hot spot or zit in the lower eye lid.. My friend told me to wash and put on Terramicina oxitetraciclina-polimixina B..im trying it! ## Hello, Based on my research Terramicina Oxitetraciclina-Polimixina B or Terramycin with Polymyxin B, contains the active ingredient Oxytetracycline hydrochloride. It is used to treat infections of the respiratory and urinary tracts, skin, ear, eye and Gonorrhoea. However, the use of Tetracyclines for such purposes has declined in recent years due to large increases in bacterial resistance t... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Terramycin.
Mon, Feb 25 '13, 10:39 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 192151
terramicina oxitetraciclina polimixina b
drug ## This is a combination antibiotic, it contains Terramycin and Polymoxin B, a supplement. It is used to treat various types of infections and help strengthen the immune system. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Read more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Yes. Where can I pursches this product? ## what all infections does this medicine treat. ## eBay has it ...
Updated 7 months ago in Terramycin.
Sat, Mar 08 '14, 4:00 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 207100
Terramicina Oxitetraciclina Polimixina B For Eyes
i used this medication on my little girl for pink eye it really help but now she have a kind of rash under her eye that comes and go. shes being like this all day it is normal? what should i do . ## This is an antibiotic ointment and most antibiotics, whether used topically or taken orally, can cause a non-allergic skin rash as a side effect. Have you consulted her doctor? In most cases, it will go away, shortly after she finishes the treatment regimen. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Antibiotics.
Tue, Sep 27 '11, 12:38 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 220903
can terramicina oxitetraciclina polimixina b help lupus rash
I was told that people with lupus can use this for lupus rash. I have the lupus rash on my arm's & a little on my face. would this help me ## Hello, Katie! How are you? This is an antibiotic ointment, so no, it will not do anything to help with any lupus symptoms. What medications are you on for it? ...
Updated 4 months ago.
Wed, May 28 '14, 1:19 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 265130
terraaxin ungena oxitetraciclina Y polimixina b
Bought in Meicao, suppose to be for the eyes.Can't recall exactly what for with the eyes ## Terramicina is great for pink eye! and now I am using it on dry patches of my skin that also seems to be working well for that. :) ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Fri, Jan 14 '11, 11:23 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 196429
Terramicina
Oxitetraciclina-Polimixina B 10mg ## The translation for this medication name is Terramycin, and the ingredients which you listed above translate to Oxytetracycline - Polymyxin B. Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ## I have a student whose mom couldn't get a Dr. appt., so she went to the Mexican market and bought this to use in her child's eyes. The child has puffy eyelids and puffiness below the eyes, but both eyes were completely normal in appearness: no redness, nothing oozing or collecting in the corners. If this is a medicine for an eye infection, could it be harmful to use it when there is no infection? What do you recommend? ## I would recomend her getting Boric Acid and Destilled water and make a eye wash, or she can get... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Terramycin.
Sun, Nov 18 '12, 6:21 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 159171


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