Doxycycline Mono 50mg Capsules

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Liz Says:
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Isn't this taken for getting rid of acne and what shouldn't be eaten if you're on this?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Liz! How are you?

Yes, the FDA classifies Doxycycline as an antibiotic and the low dose is something used to treat bacterial acne.

You shouldn't ingest any dairy products within one hour before or two hours after taking it, because they may affect the absorption of it.

The typical side effects for this antibiotic may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Jenni Says:
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Can 100 mg doxiciline cure staph or need a in the armpit. It started out very painful and looking like a pea sized pimple so I tried to pop it, and nothing came out.....what a mistake a half hour to an hour later it was the size of a large gumball and almost to painful to bare so I tried once more to relieve it by one more little squeeze.......omg....now its about 3 1/2 " by 4" but it did start draining this yellowish bloody looking snot. I had the doxiciline left from a previous infection... But for my tooth. Can I use it for this issue? I don't have insurance or any money to go to the Dr.

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