Can t tolerate antibiotics?

If you experience any serious nervous system effects, or ones you simply can’t tolerate, call your doctor right away. Don’t drive, operate machinery, or do anything requiring mental alertness until you know how this medicine affects you. Antibiotics can frequently lead to unpleasant yeast (candida) infections.

Are there any things you can’t treat with antibiotics? A few things that antibiotics can’t treat are colds, the flu, most coughs, sore throats, and bronchitis. When you’re on antibiotics and birth control pills, you should make sure to use an alternate form of birth control as well.

Can a patient be treated with an antibiotic? If you are allergic to the antibiotics that this bacteria can be killed with – then yes, you cannot be treated. Simple as that. If the antibiotic that works and kills this bug kills you because you are allergic to it, then your doctor has no choice – they cannot prescribe a medication for you knowing it will kill you.

Is it possible to have a violent reaction to an antibiotic? That certainly was a violent reaction to the antibiotic! Hope you are feeling somewhat better now. As you have had the infection so long, it will be trickier to treat. I had had Lyme for 25 years and then had a new 6 month infection on top of that, so I know what that’s like.

Are there any side effects of taking antibiotics at the same time? Since antibiotics can kill off the good bacteria in your intestines, they can cause diarrhea. Taking probiotics at the same time may help balance out your digestive system — but always ask your doctor about it first. This might come as a huge surprise, but grapefruit can actually cause problems when it comes to antibiotics.

Are there any infections that do not need antibiotics?

Are there any infections that do not need antibiotics? Antibiotics are not the correct choice for all infections. For example, most sore throats, cough and colds, flu or acute sinusitis are viral in origin (not bacterial) and do not need an antibiotic.

What happens if you take the wrong antibiotic? For one thing, as mentioned above, different antibiotics treat different types of bacterial infections. You can’t just assume that your leftover medication will work. And, again, taking the wrong medicine when it won’t help means you risk side effects and future drug resistance.

Are there any over the counter antibiotics I can take? Over-the-counter (OTC) oral antibiotics are not approved in the U.S. A bacterial infection is best treated with a prescription antibiotic that is specific for the type of bacteria causing the infection. Using a specific antibiotic will increase the chances that the infection is cured and help to prevent antibiotic resistance.

Are there any alternatives to antibiotics for disease treatment? Further development of these specific approaches for disease treatment is warranted to improve deliverability, potency, and reliability as antibiotic alternatives. Bacteriophage, or phage, therapy is among the most heavily researched of the alternatives to antibiotics for disease treatment.