Af 150 Tablet How To Use For Skin Itching

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switching antibiotics for rash

I took 3-day 500 mg Azithromycin for Acne rosacea. The total dose should be 3 day 500 mg and then skip 5 days and then take 3-day 500 mg until 4 weeks of period. but I have skin rash and itching. My doctor prescribed doxycyclin 150 mg per day. I thought Azithromycin was safer than Doxy and less sunsensitive. Should I continue Azithro or start taking Doxy and quit Azithro after three days. ## You should follow your doctor's instructions, if you are itching from the Azithromycin, that could be due to an allergic reaction and they tend to get worse, with repeated expose to the offending medication. They both carry the same risks. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can he... ...

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l n bloc 5mg tablet

Dr has proscription this medicen for 30 days . my bp is 140/100 age 42 . ECG normal. Sir for how many days I will have to take medicen. ## I am taking ln bloc 10 mg twice a day with telsite40 as per doctor prescribed my BP is 150/75 as per age 78 since one month. Now my stomach is badly affected with gastric and burning in stomach and itching skin. Shall I change the dose or take Telemarketing Am or forbid 5mg. ...

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