Tetracycline is an antibiotic that fights bacteria in the physical body.

This medication can be taken with a complete glass of water. It is generally not suggested to take this medicine with milk products as they may reduce the absorption of the drug in your physical body. Occasionally the symptoms improve after just a few days of therapy. You must take this medicine for as long as your medical professional recommended, due to the fact that improving signs do not always imply the infection has actually been totally treated.

If you are making use of oral suspension, liquor containing it should be shaken prior to gauging a dosage. See to it you use an accurate measuring tool to take simply the amount you were prescribed. Do not make use of tetracycline past its termination date as it could harm your renal systems and induce various other severe difficulties. Some common side effects of tetracycline are swelling in your genital or rectal area, vomiting, and mild queasiness. Looseness of the bowels, indigestion, inflamed tongue, difficulty swallowing, vaginal discharge or vaginal itchiness, loss of hunger. Nausea or vomiting, vomiting and diarrhea are the most regular signs in case of an overdose. If you have these symptoms and you have actually taken more tetracycline than needed seek emergency clinical aid.