Doxytet Side Effects

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Ntombi Says:

Can breast tenderness also be one of the side effects of doxytet in females?

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Verwon Says:

Doxytet contains the active ingredient Doxycycline, it is an antibiotic that is used to treat various types of infections.

Normal side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash.

And no, I did some research on this, but I am not finding any reports of breast tenderness being a side effect of this medication.


Breast tenderness, however, could be a sign of something affecting the hormones in your body or a sign of pregnancy.

Have you consulted your doctor, yet?

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Valleri Says:

is vommiting one of the effects?

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Verwon Says:

Valleri, yes, as I listed in my original response, it can cause nausea and, for some people, that will naturally lead to vomiting.

However, if it is a severe problem, you should consult with your doctor as it may not be the right medication for you to use.

If it isn't a severe problem, then you might want to try taking the medication with a small meal or snack, to keep it from upsetting your stomach so much.


Are there any other questions or comments?

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oreratile Says:

Is having a rash or being itchy on the vagina one of the side effects of Doxytet?

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khosi Says:

Those doxytet make you have a heart burn please help m dyng here and I feel lyk vomiting

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zelda Says:
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Hey I have been treated for pid. I stoped using a dush and harsh soaps that is harmfull, bud I get the symptoms of pid every time b4 my period cycle changes, a cloudy fluid that comes oud with a slimy blood discharge its mre like skin coming oud and got abdominal pain,it last normaly for 2 days until my period starts, is this pid or can there be another problem?(I have been using a lot of difrent antibiotics been geting sick latley a lot exam flu ear infection and worst bronchitus) is it posibly just an effect of al the meds

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thandi Says:
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If you have std and your doctor tells you that you have too much infection in your body is it possible for you to be h.I.v possitive or aids for that matter?

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Buyie Says:
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Hi I went to my doctor for something to clean my blood after using depo injection for pregnancy prevention but he gave me Doxytet

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i went to clinic having erection problem and they gave me DOXYTET,will it help.

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joe Says:
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I went to the clinic last month for sti they gave me doxytet.but I still see discharge

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loe Says:
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Hi im loe.
Is it right or wrong to take doxytet while u are pregnent.what wil happen to the baby

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nunu Says:
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I went to the clinic thinking I'm pregnant coz I had pains like periods pains headache, dizziness nd tender feelin breast I tested negative 4 pregnancy twice nd the doctor said I hve an infection nd gave me doxytet nd bio-metronidazole 400 still on the meds 3 days later but still feel the same.

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Farron Says:

I went to see the doctor because of abdominal pains and I was told I have infection. They gave me doxytet and anaerobyl, my fingers are itchy, swollen, red and sore ever since I started with this medication and I'm on my 3rd day on them. Could these be side

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Lindile Says:
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Hi. After finding out that my period was delayed I took a green doxytet capsule. Now I'm on my period but I have nausea. What can be the cause of this?

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Andzy Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I'm on doxy for a joint infection and 5 days in I developed significant breast pain/tenderness

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masilakhe Says:
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What will happen if I stop taking doxytet abruptly? Because I was using it, then I stopped, and now I'm getting pimples on my forehead everyday and they leave dark spots.

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