What Is Terramicina 125 Mg Used For

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Terramicina 125 Mg

can this be used for an ear infection in an adult and how often should it be given ? ## Terramicina Oftalmica (Oxytetracycline) is used to treat infections of the respiratory and urinary tracts, skin, EAR, eye and Gonorrhoea although the use of Tetracyclines for such purposes has declined in recent years due to large increases in bacterial resistance to this class of drugs. The drug is particularly useful when Penicillins and/or Macrolides cannot be used due to allergy. Unfortunately, I was unable to locate any information regarding what the dosing should be for treating ear infections. I would suggest calling your local pharmacy to get that information, since it can vary to some degree based on each individual and how severe the infection is. More information about this drug can be vie... ...

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Terramicina 125 mg for ear infection

Can you please inform me as to what the dosage is, for terramicina 125 mg, for an ear infection. Thank you ## Hi i am asking about my husband. Okay so he had a earache for almost 2 days and then the day before yesterday he felt sharper pain in his ear and a cracking sound and now his ear has been draining. It actually started draining more yesterday and is still draining. It's like a slightly tinted tanish fluid. The pain stopped afterward. We bought Terramicina 125 mg last night and he he's taken 2 pills, one last night and one this morning. We can't get an appt. until the day after tomorrow at a little clinic. I'm worried i don't know if we should be trying to go to an Urgent care of some kind. From what I've read online we already have an antibiotic will it be... ...

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What Is Terramicina Oxitetraciclina Polimixina B Used For

I purchased this in Mexico as an antibiotic, 125 mg, for tooth abscess ## The english translation for this medication name is Terramycin, and the ingredients which you listed above translate to Oxytetracycline - Polymyxin B. Both of these ingredients are antibiotics used to treat many infections that are common and rare, and I have no doubts that a tooth abscess is considered to be a common infection in today's society. Be sure to follow any dosing and administration instructions to the tee so the bacteria doesn't build resistence! More information about this drug can be viewed in the link below: I hope this helps! ## I'm alergic to penecilen , can I take terramicina or oxitetraciclina? ## My main concern is what is this medication used for please. ...

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terramicina 125 mg oxitetraciclina trociscos

a cream color or vanilla chewable tablet ## What is the drug used for and how often should it be taken? ## The active ingredient in this is Oxytetracycline, this is a broad spectrum antibiotic used to treat many different types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and photo-sensitivity. As to how often it is taken, that can vary, depending on the infection being treated, its severity and whether it is being used to treat an adult or a child. Generally these tablets are taken 2 to 3 times a day, but this site is not medical professionals and you should follow your doctor's prescribing instructions. You can read more on the medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Can you use inside your eye lid ...

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