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Doxycycline (Periostat, Vibramycin-D, Oracea, Targadox) Usage, Side Effects, Dose, Packing etc

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Type of medicine A tetracycline antibiotic Used for Bacterial infections; to prevent malaria Also called (UK) Efracea®; Periostat®; Vibramycin-D®; Vibrox® Also called (USA) Alodox®; Doryx®; Mondoxyne®; Monodox®; Morgidox®; Okebo®; Oracea®; Targadox®; Vibramycin® Available as Capsule, dispersible tablet, and modified-release capsules, oral liquid medicine (USA) Doxycycline is an antibacterial medicine. This means that it stops infections caused by germs (bacteria). It is given as a treatment for a number of different types of infection, including chest infections, some skin conditions, sexually transmitted infections, and infections in or around the mouth. Doxycycline is also used to prevent people from getting malaria when they travel to countries where malaria occurs. Although doxycycline can only be obtained on a prescription from a doctor, it is not prescribable on the NHS to prevent malaria. This means that you will be given a private (non-NHS) prescription and you will be asked to pay the full price for the tablets/capsules if you are taking it for this reason. Because doxycycline can be given for so many different reasons, it is important that you know why your doctor is prescribing it for you. You will be prescribed a brand of doxycycline that is appropriate for your need, as not all brands are suitable for all of these indications.Before you start the treatment, read the manufacturer's printed information leaflet from inside the pack. It will give you more information about doxycycline.Doxycycline side-effects What can I do if I experience this? Stomach upset, indigestion, tummy (abdominal) pain Stick to simple foods - avoid fatty or spicy meals. Take your doses after a meal or with a snack Diarrhoea Drink plenty of water to replace lost fluids. If this continues or is severe, speak with a doctor Headache, other aches and pains Ask a pharmacist to recommend a suitable painkiller A yeast infection (thrush) which causes redness and itchiness in the mouth or vagina Speak with a doctor or pharmacist for advice Dry mouth, throat irritation Remember to take your doses with a large glass of water while you are standing or sitting upright Feeling anxious, increased sweating If troublesome, speak with a doctor
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Megha Pathak (14 дней назад)
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