Doxytet (Thread 210587)

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Verwon Says:

Doxycycline is a tetracycline class antibiotic used to treat many different types of infections.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash.

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https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Doxycycline/­

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Mel Says:

I go to the clinic every 3 months for family planning. I was breaking out in acne on my face and boils at my genitals and was given this capsule to take. The nurse told me this may be due to a blood disorder. It does help but when i stop then I get it again I am still on this capsule, but suffer from the side effects. Is there another way to help with acne, etc. Do I need to test my blood? I cannot afford this. Please help.

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jennifer Says:

I went to a nearby clinic, a sister prescribed me doxytet,fexime capsules. Now the thing is after taking doxytet I vomit and this has happened 3 times in consecutive days. What might be the problem??

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Zanedy Says:
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Hi I was given DoXytet to use for my infection for STD! But they only said I must drink 1 capcule once a day, but I've read you must drink it twice, will that have a influence? Or will it work or cure the STD? I am scareD now. PleaSe advice me ASAP..

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Billy da kid Says:
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Can I get the doxytet capsules at tht pharmacy?

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pureness Says:
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I'm 25 nd never had periods,recently I felt abdominal pains nd went 2d DR who gave me doxytet+biometronidazle400 nd said I might've an infection.My concern was more with the absent periods ,how does this med relate 2my situation?

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siwinile Says:
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Hello i went to clinic last week am having a pain in my vaginal en then they give me doxytet bt am still scretching there is no change

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jan Says:

Doctor gave me Doxytet to treat my prostate. I was not urinating properly and experienced pain in my genitals. He scanned my prostate and said the medication will allow it to grow smaller. Is all thus fine?

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