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an antibiotic for a chest infection ...
Updated 12 years ago.
Sat, Jul 16 '05, 3:53 AM
tenkorex 500
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tablet,white ## can tenkorax be used for treating chest infection ? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Nov 25 '11, 6:25 AM
tenkorex 250mg
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I have a ruptured ear drum and severe infection in ear. I have been prescribed tenkorex 250mg 3 times a day (I am allergic to penicillin and amoxicillin) I have been taking them for 4 days and am still feeling ill and don't seem to be getting better. Should I be feeling better by now?? ## HI, Ally! Sorry about how miserable you've been. And yes, you should start to see some improvement after 73 hours (3 days) of taking them. If you haven't seen any change yet, then you should contact your doctor as this antibiotic may not be doing its job. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Penicillin.
Tue, Sep 17 '13, 2:10 PM
tenkorex capsules
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can drink alchool when i take tenkorex capsules ## Thi mean is best not drink alchool while I take cefalexin tenkorex? ## This mean I can't drink alchool while I take cefalex tenkorex capsules ## Tenkorex contains the active ingredient Cephalexin, this is a broad spectrum antibiotic used to treat many types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash. You can read more here: Drinking alcohol while taking it is not advised, it can have an effect on the efficacy of the medication, as well as aggravate the side effects, especially sun/heat sensitivity. Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Cephalexin.
Tue, Jul 27 '10, 12:38 PM
tenkorex capsules 250mg
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will this antibiotic work on a tooth abcess? ## Tenkorex contains the active ingredient Cephalexin, this is a broad spectrum antibiotic used to treat many types of infections. Could it work for this? Yes, it is possible. There is, however, no way to say for sure whether or not it will work for you. The only way to find out is to use it for the full prescribed dosing period and see if it helps. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## i have been diagnosed with multi cyst on my ovary,and the doctors have prescribed tenkorex for me.is that ok or it what way will it help? ## just visited my gp for losing my voice he give me tenkorex and said to gargle salt water is this right ## Can t... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Cephalexin.
Mon, Jun 18 '12, 2:55 PM
tenkorex capsules 500mg
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what is normal dosage for 500mg capsule for ear infection? ## I have been diagnosed 250mg of tenkorex for a water infection x4 per day ## iv found some antibiotics in a bag in the house which i dont recall getting prescribed please can u give me as much info about it as u can there called tenkorex capsules` ...
Updated 7 years ago in Ear Care.
Sat, Jul 31 '10, 1:32 PM
side effects to tenkorex
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lost paper inside box of tenkorex tabs 500g want to know what the side effects are with these ## started these tablets last week,been getting headaches since ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Mon, Apr 19 '10, 4:08 AM
cefalexin tenkorex capsules
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Can drink alcohol while I take the cefalexin tenkorex capsules ## Cephalexin is an antibiotic used to treat various types of infections. That said, not is not advisable to do so, alcohol can have an effect on their efficacy and aggravate the side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and sun sensitivity. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## I have tenkorex can I use them for tonsilitis ## i been taken tenkorex but its made me have a period. is this normal? ## no!!!!its a strong antibiotic and has quite horrendous side effects alchohol or any other substance will irritate the side effects n possibly make em a whole lot wrse xx ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cephalexin.
Fri, Mar 15 '13, 3:21 AM
side effects from tenkorex 500g
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lost insert paper with these tabs,and want to know what the side effects are ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Wed, Sep 09 '09, 7:50 PM
Wot Are The Possible Side Effects Of Tenkorex 500mg As I Am Sensitive To Many Drugs Including Paracetomol
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im very sensitive with many medications and allergic to paracetomol n i feel weird since taking the tenkorex,im also taking a course of steroids,tramodol,montelecaust and cipralex n i didnt get a leaflet in the box with em,can anone help?or advise me? ## Hi Donna, Based on my research, the less serious side effects of Cephalexin, the main ingredient in Tenkorex, include: headache, heartburn, gas and muscle or joint pain. Severe side effects that require immediate medical attention include: anemia, sudden fever, renal dysfunction, difficulty breathing, painful urination and yellowing of your eyes and skin. Also, there are no drug interactions found between Tenkorex (Cephalexin) and the other drugs you mentioned. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state t... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cephalexin.
Wed, Mar 27 '13, 3:00 AM
Tenkorex to treat BV
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Can Tenkorex be used to treat persistant Bacterial Vaginosis? ## The answer to your question though is no, Bacterial Vaginosis has to be treated with medication with anaerobic coverage and Tenkorex (Cephalexin) doesn't have any. In that regard, it may make it worse by killing the good normal flora, causing the bad bacteria already there to over run your vagina. "Two different antibiotics are generally recommended as treatment for BV: metronidazole or clindamycin. Either can be used with non-pregnant or pregnant women, but the recommended dosages differ." Referenced from: cdc.gov/std/BV/STDFact-Bacterial-Vaginosis.htm#Treatment I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Cephalexin.
Sun, May 27 '12, 11:03 PM
Tenkorex high dosage
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I have recently been to the doctors about severe lower abdominal pain, so my doctor asked me for a urine sample which came back with a trace of leukocytes in it, she gave me a prescription for tenkorex and sent me on my way with those. Now, first off, it's not definitely a urine infection, (I don't think it is,) so why has she prescribed these without knowing why I'm in the pain I'm in? Secondly, she has prescribed me a dose of 1 x 500mg tablet, 4 times a day. I'm a 21 year old female and I weigh 48kg, and I'm 5ft 2". I can't help but feel she has put on way too high of a dose, considering she doesn't actually know for sure what's going with me yet. Please let me know if this dose is normal, thanks. ## There are several reasons why leukocytes may ... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sat, Jun 23 '12, 1:36 PM

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