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side effects of orni o 500 mg

I was told by my doctor to take Orni o 500 mg twice a day. while I am taking this I feel giddiness, feeling of tired etc. Is there any side effects for this ,medicine. ## All medications carry the risk of side effects, regardless of what they are used to treat. Orni-O contains Ornidazole and Ofloxacin, it is used to treat infections. Common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## Hi , for the past few years I have been sufferring from ibs and stomach related problems . Generally I hv four to five boul movement . Currently I am taking naturolax colospa retard and vsl3 and also panpure . But my condition is not improving . Can anyone prescribe me some better medicines ## for last seven days suffered high feve...

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which antibiotic is better than zenflox

which antibiotic is hard ## Zenflox is from India and contains the active ingredient Ofloxacin. Which antibiotic is better actually depends on the infection being treated, so you didn't provide enough information for me to answer your question. All of them, however, do treat a wide variet of infections. Are there any questions or comments?

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rx 716

Pill is white, oval like shape with RX 716 imprinted on one side. What is it? ## The pill which you are describing is Ofloxacin (200 mg). More details about this medication are available at: Do you have any other quesitons or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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blue round pill 160

blue round pill with 160 0n one side R on otherside and scored in the middle ## I located a match to pill with R 160 on it but it's tan colored and oblong shaped, this pill is Ofloxacin 200 mg. To learn more click on the link below... Is it possible the markings are something else? Please post back so I can help you locate you pill.

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ofloxacin 400mg

Dr keeps giving this for backache. Have authritis in my back. 70yrs old. This does not help!!!!!!!!!! ## He's giving you Ofloxacin for it? That makes no sense, this is an antibiotic, used to treat various types of infections, it will NOT help with pain and Arthritis. Have you tried asking why they are prescribing you this? Or, perhaps, seeing a different doctor? You can read about this medication here, yourself: Do you have any other questions?

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