Stopped Using Clacee 500 Mg Can I Go On After 2 Days

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Fanie Says:


I stopped using my antibiotics 2 Days ago can I start the course again on the 3 Rd day think i made a mistake to stop ( CLACEE 500Mg )



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Fanie!

Yes, it can be a mistake to stop, when you start taking antibiotics you should always finish the complete course of treatment, unless you suffer an allergic reaction to them, or your doctor tells you to stop taking them.

At this point, having started and stopped, you no longer have enough left to finish a complete course of treatment.

You should talk to your doctor and tell them what you did, so you can receive a new prescription to finish.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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