Diloxanide Furoate

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Diloxanide is a medication used to treat amoeba infections.[1] It is a second line treatment after paromomycin when no symptoms are present in places where infections are not common.[2] For people who are symptomatic, it is used after treatment with metronidazole or tinidazole.[2] It is taken by mouth.[1] Diloxanide generally has mild side effects.[3] Side effects may include flatulence, vomiting, and itchiness.&a...

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