Ornidazole Ofloxacin Tablets

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sanjay Says:


What is the recommended dosage for a gastrointestinal infection?



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sanjay Says:

Oflaxacin with Ornidazole vs Levofloxacin with Ornidazole - which combination is better for Gastrointestinal infections?

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Verwon Says:

I'm not really certain that either is better than the other, because a lot of it is going to depend on the specific type of infection being treated and the person's response to any given antibiotic. One may work better than the other for one person, but not the next.

Learn more Ofloxacin details here.

Learn more Levofloxacin details here.

Learn more Ornidazole details here.

What type of infection are you trying to eradicate? This information would enable me to provide you with a better and more accurate answer.

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shekar Says:

I am suffering from lower abdomen pain, eye dryness,skin problem, tired, bags below eyes, skin is flabby, muscle thinning.
Dr. prescribed O2, felt better.

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KEITH Says:

I have had Frequent loose stool for six month, that will be once in a month and using thi tablet got me relief ,

I want to know what will be side effects of frequent use of this medicine ??

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laltu Says:

teeth gum is severely infected with swailling and severe pain, Doctor prescribed antibiotic which is combination of ofloxacin 200mg and ornidajole 500mg .which didnt reduce my pain or swailling in three days.plz advice.

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Biswa Says:
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Hello. My wife takes Ornidazole & Ofloxacin tablets, but it caused her to have a severe itching problem throughout her whole body as well as black spots all over.... mainly on her lips and hands... Which medicine can she take to prevent this side effect from spreading or reoccurring in the future? Please advise.

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Hari Says:

I normally use albendazole for worms, but this time my pharmacist prescribed me ornidazole 500mg. Can I use this instead of albendazole?

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