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Gabbroral 250mg pills

I have 3 pills I was told to take. How often do I take them? ## Paromomycin sulfate (the active ingredient in Gabbroral) is an antibiotic indicated for intestinal amebiasis. Dosage instructions are largely based on what you're dealing with. Assuming that you are using this medication for it's primary use of intestinal amebiasis, dosages are as follows: Adults and Children: Usual dose—25 to 35 mg per kg body weight daily, administered in three doses with meals, for five to ten days. More info about this drug can be found in the link below: Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug. ## hello, could u tell me where did u find that medicine> gabbroral or paromomycin. We are in urgent need of it and we are not finding ...

gabbroral 250 mg

I have diarhea and stomach cramps ## I have abdominol pain in form of stool has alot of mucus. urgently advise. thanks ## I had that once so when i went to hospital,they took a stool test turns out i had amoeba ## This medication contains the active ingredient Paromomycin, it is used to treat intestinal parasites. The FDA warns that it may cause side effects, such as stomach pain, diarrhea, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and flatulence. Is there anything else I can help with?

sulfa based antibi

I'm allergic to sulfa medications. I have an intestinal parasite. Doctor wants to treat with paromomycin. I need to know if this is sulfa-based? ## Hello, Alicia! How are you? No, it isn't, but that doesn't mean you may not discover that you are also allergic to it or some other medications. Generally, being allergic to one raises the chance that you may be allergic to others. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, stomach cramps, diarrhea and headache. Is there anything else I can help with?

Side effects of Paromomycin

What are the side effects of paromomycin if overused or used wrongly? ## Hi, Joy! How are you? Paromomycin is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections, mainly intestinal infections. And like any other antibiotic, improper use or overuse causes the risk of someone's developing antibiotic resistant bacteria. This could put them in a lot of danger if they develop any infections in the future. Thus, it's best to only take these medications exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Learn more Paromomycin details here.

paramomycinsulfate manufacturer

Who distributes it in the USA? My druggist can't find it. ## Hi Earl, From what I could gather, Paromomycin sulfate is manufactured and distributed by Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Ltd; a US company based out of Detroit, MI. National Drug Code (NDC): 57664-175-08 For verification, you can view the packaging label with Caraco's logo on it here: I hope this info helps!


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