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 Fasigyn Tinidazole

Tinidazole is a drug used against protozoan infections. It is widely known throughout Europe and the developing world as a treatment for a variety of amoebic and parasitic infections. It was developed in 1972 and is a prominent member of the nitroimidazole antibiotic class.[1] Tinidazole is marketed by Mission Pharmacal under the brand name Tindamax, by Pfizer under the names Fasigyn and Simplotan, and in some Asian countries as Sporinex. Contents 1 Uses 2 Side effects 3 H...
Entamoeba Coli Cysts

After a stool test I was diagnosed with Entamoeba Coli Cysts. I was giving Fasigyn Tablets (Tinidazole) and Gabbroral (Aminosidine) to take because I was having severe diarrhea. I didn't take the tablets because my diarrhea stopped and I was no longer sick.. Should I still take it anyway to avoid this from happening again OR if it does happen again just take the tablets at that time??????? I am a little worried about taking the Gabbroral..side effects say it may cause anorexia ## Hello, Nicole! How are you doing? Yes, the condition may still need treated. Have you consulted your doctor, again? They'd be the best person to advise you in this matter. However, generally, such a condition doesn't clear up, without treatment, so it is likely to recur if you don't take the med... ...

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Bloating with back and side pain

Hi, I have suffered for a couple of months from bloating (accompanied by back pain when present) ontop I have had un-explained trace blood in urine when doing urine analysis. one of the doctors prescribed Fasigyn (4 pills) and for the first time in months I felt relieved, as if this is the magical pill. Two weeks later, the bloating came back ? Doctor is suggesting CT scan for stomach ? did the one time 4 pills kill the parasiste and why the syptoms came back... ## Hello, Sam! How are you doing? You should go ahead and get the CT scan, those can also be symptoms of kidney stones and you may be having trouble passing one or more. When is it scheduled? ...

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 Tindamax Tinidazole

Tinidazole is a drug used against protozoan infections. It is widely known throughout Europe and the developing world as a treatment for a variety of amoebic and parasitic infections. It was developed in 1972 and is a prominent member of the nitroimidazole antibiotic class.[1] Tinidazole is marketed by Mission Pharmacal under the brand name Tindamax, by Pfizer under the names Fasigyn and Simplotan, and in some Asian countries as Sporinex. Contents 1 Uses 2 Side effects 3 H...
 Tinidazole

Tinidazole is a drug used against protozoan infections. It is widely known throughout Europe and the developing world as a treatment for a variety of amoebic and parasitic infections. It was developed in 1972 and is a prominent member of the nitroimidazole antibiotic class.[1] Tinidazole is marketed by Mission Pharmacal under the brand name Tindamax, by Pfizer under the names Fasigyn and Simplotan, and in some Asian countries as Sporinex. Contents 1 Uses 2 Side effects 3 H...
fasigyn

its a round white pill with no imprints on it ...

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