Erythromycin Es 400mg

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what is the es or dr code as in
Erythromycin es or Erythromycin dr??


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mary Says:

i was perscribed erthomycin 400 mg but was does es stand for and is ok to take if trying to get pregnant.. I keep getting lesions under my skin

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Verwon Says:

For anyone still seeking such information…

Erythromycin is an antibiotic that's used to treat or prevent infections.

The ES is for extra strength or double strength, the dr is used similarly, it just means it's a higher dose of the antibiotic than the standard.

Learn more Erythromycin details here.

And from what I can find, it isn't contraindicated when trying to get pregnant, being pregnant, or breastfeeding, but you should always double check with your doctor.

Are there any questions or concerns?

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