Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina

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acido nalidixico fenazopiridina
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I Got this in Mexico last week for bladder infection. Is this just for pain of a bladder infection? Or does it help cure one too? ## The active ingredients are 500mgs of Nalidixic Acid and 50mgs of Phenazopyridine, it is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections, because some bacteria that cause them are sensitive to the acid and will be killed by it. That said, however, it is not an antibiotic, so it may help clear it up, but there is also a chance that it won't. The main side effect warned about when taking this is photo-sensitivity. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I live in Mexico and have been taking Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina for several days now for a urinary tract infection. (self diagnosed as I know the symptoms since I have had many) However, altho... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Nalidixic Acid.
Tue, Sep 19 '17, 6:43 PM
Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina USED FOR
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IF YOU HAVE KIDNEY STONES DO YOU RECOMMEND TO TAKE THIS MEDICATION WILL IT HELP OR NOT. I HAVE ALOT OF LOWER BACK PAIN HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED TO STONES BUT DUE TO NO INS HESITANT TO GO TO HOSPITAL WHAT DO YOU RECOMEND ## The active ingredients in this are Nalidixic Acid and Phenazopyridine, it is used to treat bladder infections and the associated pain. Learn more Phenazopyridine details here. Learn more Nalidixic Acid details here. As to recommending a medication, I am not a doctor, so that is not something I do. I can only provide you with information about the medications, such as what they are for and what the side effects might be. I can tell you that this is not going to help get rid of kidney stones. I'm sorry you're in pain. Have you found any resolution, yet? ## thank you ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Nalidixic Acid.
Tue, Oct 23 '12, 8:03 AM
acido nalidixico fenazopiridina side affects
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what are the side affects of this medication BECAUSE I FEEL REAL DIZZY ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, May 19 '14, 8:43 PM
acido nalidixico fenazopiridina - how many pills to take a day?
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I have a urinary tract infection but don't have medical insurance therefore can't afford to go to the doctor. My mom purchased acido nalidixico fendazopiridina for me in Mexico. I just don't know how many to take a day? ## Hello, Cindy! How are you? What is the dosage? I'm sorry, but I can't answer your question, without this additional information. Can you please post back and clarify? Thanks! ## does acido nalidixico fenazopiridina have an American name?? or is this chemical only in mexico? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Urinary System.
Fri, Nov 25 '16, 2:41 PM
Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina - Taking one every 8 hours, but...
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I got this in Mexico for a UTI. I am taking 1 tablet every 8 hours. But for how many days? ## Hi Barbara, The number of days you take something is usually determined by your prescribing doctor and/or the pharmacist who dispenses the medication. It would also depend on how many pills you were given... However if you had gotten them over-the-counter in Mexico, then I can see how that information may not have been properly conveyed... That said, I can only speak from my own personal experience taking various types of antibiotics for general bacterial infections, in that I'd usually take anywhere from 1 to 3 tablets a day until I run out. In your case, at a rate of 1 tablet every 8 hours, that would be 3 tablets per day until you run out. I hope this helps. But please be sure to consult... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Antibiotics.
Fri, Apr 28 '17, 5:45 PM
Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina - does it get rid of urinary tract infections?
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The doctor prescribed this medication for a urinary tract infection. Does it work to get rid of the infection? Shouldn't I be taking Bactrin rather than the medication that is in the title? Dorit ## Hi, Dorit! No, the first part of the medication in the title is Nalidixic Acid, which is a type of antibiotic that's used to treat or prevent infections. Phenazopyridine is another ingredient that's used to alleviate the pain of the infection. Side effects may include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and discolored urine. You can learn more Nalidixic Acid details here and there are more Phenazopyridine details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Nalidixic Acid.
Tue, Jun 25 '13, 4:39 PM
Pirifur acido
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what is purpose of acido nalidixico fenazopiridina ## The active ingredients are 500mgs of Nalidixic Acid and 50mgs of Phenazopyridine. It is commonly used to treat urinary tract infections, because some bacteria that cause them are sensitive to the acid and will be killed by it. That said, however, it is not an antibiotic, so it may help clear it up, but there is also a chance that it won't. The main side effect warned about when taking this is photo-sensitivity. You can read more about this medication by following the links below: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Is it safe to take for people allergic to penicillin? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nalidixic Acid.
Sun, May 15 '16, 12:19 PM
azo wintomylon
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Acido nalidixico y Fenazopiridina tabletas 500 mg sanofi synthelabo de mexico s.a. de c.v. ## what is Wintomylon used for; am cleaning my med cabinet and found these ## i believe that they are for bladder infections.. ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sat, Jan 02 '10, 10:13 PM
Phenazopyridine Hydochloride
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Urinary Tract Discomfort ## I have had a UTI of and on for about 6 months. I've been on different antibiotics (now on Doxycycline Hyc 100 mg. 2X a day. with no positive results. The bacteria still lingers until it come back full blown A friend recommended Acido Nalidixico from Mexico, but don't know if I should try this . I am allergic to macrobid. ## The man in Mexico that sold me the "Aogen", which is the acido nalidixico 500 & the clor....fenazopiridina 50 mg told me to take one every 8 hours. I had no idea that it had an antibiotic in it too. I just wanted an AZO replacement. I took it WITH my antibiotic prescription. Of course I never tell the Dr It is a wonder I have not killed myself. For the person that said they could not take Macrobid...I went to a really g... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Phenazopyridine.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 8:30 PM

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