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What the FALEXIN (CEFALEXINA) 500 mg cures for? And What the ERITROMICINA (GENTROMICINA) 500 mg cure for? Thank you much. ## Cephalexin and Erythromycin are both antibiotics, they are used to treat many different types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. You can read more on them here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## What is the equivelent to this drug in the US? ## Would the antibiotic Cefalexina work for an ulcer? ...

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eritromicina gentromicina 500 mg

What ALL is this prescribed for??? ## Is eritromicina helpful in gastroparesis? How long should I take it? ## dos tabletas diarias de eritromicina de 500mg para tratamiento de acné en una persona de 23 años afecta en algo? ## Erythromycin is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections, but preventing or treating bacterial infections is its only use, it isn't effective against viruses, such as those that cause colds or flu. Learn more Erythromycin details here. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. No, it is not effective at treating gastroparesis, since that is not caused by an infection. Maria, se puede provocar efectos secundarios, tales como náuseas, mareos, no alÃ... ...

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eritromicina gentromicina 500 mg cure for

what dose age should i take for rosacea ## what is eritromicina used to cure ## Erythromycin is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections. You can learn more Erythromycin details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. For skin issues the dosage is usually 250 to 500mgs taken orally every 6 hours, but you should follow your doctor's instructions. Are there any comments or questions? Is there anything I can help with? ## Hi, I believe I have strep an I got these pills from a friend and said they cud help. How many do I take? And wud they even help? Gentromicina 500 mg? ...

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What is Eritromicina Gentromicina prescribed for?

Could you tell me what this ingredients are in this medication? ## I bought a bottle of Eritromicina in Mexico for my husband's tooth problem. Will it help with inflamed gums too? ## @Kidcurrey, Eritromicina translates to Erythromycin, which is an antibiotic used to treat certain bacterial infections (typically used to treat bacteria responsible for causing infections of the skin and upper respiratory tract). It may help inflamed gums if the cause is bacterial overgrowth, but I would ask a doctor or dentist just to be sure. @Pam, Gentromicina translates to Gentamicin, which is also an antibiotic. But it is typically used to treat more severe kinds of infections such as bone infections, endocarditis, pelvic inflammatory disease, meningitis, pneumonia, urinary tract infections, and se... ...


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