ATRIDOX Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 050751/001.

Names and composition

"ATRIDOX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of DOXYCYCLINE HYCLATE.

Answered questions

What is the medicine doxycycl hyc 100mg percribed for?
Asked by Taryn Latiolais 4 months ago.

Doxycycline - is a member of the tetracycline antibiotics group and is commonly used to treat a variety of infections. Doxycycline is a semi-synthetic tetracycline invented and clinically developed in the early 1960s by Pfizer Inc. and marketed under the brand name Vibramycin. Vibramycin received FDA approval in 1967, becoming Pfizer's first once-a-day broad-spectrum antibiotic. Other brand names include Monodox, Periostat, Vibra-Tabs, Doryx, Vibrox, Adoxa®, Doxyhexal and Atridox (topical doxycycline hyclate for Periodontitis). Indicated uses- As well as the general indications for all members of the tetracycline antibiotics group, Doxycycline is frequently used to treat chronic prostatitis, sinusitis, syphilis, chlamydia, pelvic inflammatory disease, acne and rosacea. In addition it is used in the treatment and prophylaxis of Bacillus anthracis (anthrax) and in prophylaxis against malaria. It should not be used alone for initial treatment of malaria, even when the parasite is doxycyline-sensitive, because the antimalarial effect of doxycyline is delayed. This delay is related to its mechanism of action. Its mechanism of action against malaria is to specifically impair in the progeny the apicoplast genes resulting in their abnormal cell division. It is also effective against Yersinia pestis (the infectious agent of bubonic plague) and is prescribed for the treatment of Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Doxycycline, like other antibiotics, will not work for colds, flu, or other viral infections. Elephantiasis is a disease caused by a nematode (worm) Wuchereria bancrofti. It causes swollen limbs and genitals (Filariasis) and affects over 120 million people in the world. Previous anti-nematode treatments have been limited by poor levels of effectiveness, drug side effects and high costs. Doxycycline was shown in 2003 to kill the symbiotic Wolbachia bacteria upon which the nematodes are dependent. Field trials in 2005 showed that Doxycycline almost completely eliminates blood-borne filaria when given for an 8 week course. When bacteriologic testing indicates appropriate susceptibility to the drug, doxycycline may be used to treat: * Escherichia coli * Enterobacter aerogenes (formerly Aerobacter aerogenes) * Lyme Disease * Acne * Shigella species * Acinetobacter species (formerly Mima species and Herellea species) * Respiratory tract infections caused by Haemophilus influenzae * Respiratory tract and urinary tract infections caused by Klebsiella species * Upper respiratory infections caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae (formerly Diplococcus pneumoniae) * Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections - Answered by Bernadine Loughman 4 months ago.

Get Rid Of Acne Permanently Answered by Maire Yankovitch 4 months ago.

my glands in my eyes is are inflemede and the doctor gave doxycycline hyclate 100mg tablets to take once a day Answered by Kirstin Bonavita 4 months ago.

Doxycycline is used to treat bacterial infections, including pneumonia and other respiratory tract infections; Lyme disease; acne; infections of skin, genital, and urinary systems; and anthrax (after inhalational exposure). It is also used to prevent malaria. Doxycycline is in a class of medications called tetracycline antibiotics. It works by preventing the growth and spread of bacteria. Antibiotics will not work for colds, flu, or other viral infections. Please see the web pages for more details on Doxycycline. Answered by Carol Mangham 4 months ago.

Doxy-cycl Hycl Answered by Alease Robak 4 months ago.

Doxycycline hydrochloride is a broad spectrum antibiotic. It is prescribed for respiratory and gastro intestinal infections while waiting for culture reports. Answered by Emerson Tabicas 4 months ago.


Do pharmacies sell Doxycycline or a generic brand similar to it?
I had a few doxycycline sample pills from a dermatologist. They seemed to be working with the creams I'm using. So I'm on my last pill today after a 2 week supply. And i have no prescription. Can I get it at a Walmart or Walgreen's pharmacy? Or a generic brand there? Asked by Sheri Bakowski 4 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Do pharmacies sell Doxycycline or a generic brand similar to it? I had a few doxycycline sample pills from a dermatologist. They seemed to be working with the creams I'm using. So I'm on my last pill today after a 2 week supply. And i have no prescription. Can I get it at a Walmart or Walgreen's pharmacy? Or a generic brand there? Answered by Tamala Chalifoux 4 months ago.

Doxycycline Walmart Answered by Marianne Clouston 4 months ago.

Doxycycline Walgreens Answered by Quentin Kho 4 months ago.

Doxycycline is the generic name for this antibiotic; however, it does require a prescription. You need to call your physician (whoever gave you the samples) to request that a prescription be called in to the pharmacy of your choice. Antibiotics are not available for sale without a prescription. Answered by Arielle Gurule 4 months ago.


Does anyone have the same problem?
long story so im just gonna make it short after 4 years of been lonely i meet this girl i like it a lot when i first i was gonna ask her i told her the only thing i ask from is to be completely honest so i told her you got anything you wanna say she said no so we went out that so i felt in love with her big... Asked by Bernardina Arguellez 4 months ago.

long story so im just gonna make it short after 4 years of been lonely i meet this girl i like it a lot when i first i was gonna ask her i told her the only thing i ask from is to be completely honest so i told her you got anything you wanna say she said no so we went out that so i felt in love with her big mistake one time we were watching a movie and thing got hot and she said to me she wanted to do it with out a condoms cause it felt better for her so i said yes (im the guy who doesn't think only about me i think about other people) so we did it about a week later i woke up when to the Bathroom and it hurt when i pee so i went to the doctor i got test for std and they told me i got chlamydia so they gave me some pills i took it and i told my girlfriend and she i ask her if she know about it she said when she was with her ex he gave her something but she forgot what was but the doctor told her to drink two pills and that was all and i told her well if you took the pills so i told her then shouldn't be a problem and i start to yelling at her because i was scare and then she started to cry and she told me before we meet she when to a party and some guy put a pill on her drink and she doesn't remember what happen but she saw the guy again and the guy told her they did it with out a condom so she went to get tested her result came back with chlamydia after that i dump her then later i starter to get like a irritation, between my legs and my sack or groins no blisters or redness and i went to a clinic that specialize on std (i don't know if you i spell it right) i when to get tested After 4 times and the last 2 times afters 3 months after my ex i haven't had got intimate with someone so no sex so all my result came back negative and it looks like my skin is white like is dry very dry and i today i got like a pimple but is really small and it only hurts when i touch it like a pimple on the face and is on my leg not my balls or my penis or my penis head im just worry what could it be? and if someone had the same problem. i start think what if it herpes i would never gonna get merry or have a girlfriend again and im really a nice guy any ways thanks for Reading i appreciate it Answered by Erica Vandenbrink 4 months ago.

the second time you got tested did they say you have chlamydia?? because chlamydia is a STD. it is nothing serious if you have it. 5% males in america have it. it must be very painful. these are the symptoms Like women, men who are infected may not show symptoms. Estimates of those with no symptoms range from 25% to 50% of infected men. Discharge from the penis Pain, burning during urination Inflammation or infection of a duct in the testicles, tenderness or pain in the testicles Medications The doctor may prescribe a single-dose antibiotic, such as azithromycin (Zithromax), taken as a pill. On the other hand, the doctor may choose an antibiotic, such as doxycycline (Atridox, Bio-Tab), to be taken as a pill twice a day for a week. Up to 95% of people will be cured after one course of antibiotics. this is all i could find. i hope it helps you, you seem like a nice guy. i understand why you screamed at her, i get like that too. just relax and let it get cured. in the right time you'd want to get intimate dont let it change your life.. and honestly do what you want. i know its not worth listening to others. Answered by Spring Bridwell 4 months ago.

it seems like you've gotten an ancient male and a tender feminine, ancient sufficient to be her exceptional grandpa. You perhaps going for walks into the fishy similar of the equal disorders one of these pairing would have in a species extra acquainted to us, even our possess. Sweetie, you've gotten made a enormous mistake some thing i did a couple of years in the past, NEVER positioned a feminine and a male betta in in combination until you understand how to reproduce them and are equipped to reproduce them and established at the data. you gave us i might say your no longer and your male is most often depressed considering now that the feminine is there and there are eggs the male feels his territory taken and he would possibly not assault the feminine considering she's going to such a lot most often kill him immediate, it is both the male dies otherwise you transfer him to an additional tank and feed him a few well meals, and on your betta your might even...if in case you have a enormous tank round 30gal...positioned a diffrent breed of fish that appears diffrent out of your betta and isn't competitive, and for the opposite fish's sake to not glossy, incidentally do not positioned your male or feminine in a group tank, they each will most often get too aggresive, mainly the male considering his earlier situation used to be taken Source(s): not anything, I have 10 betta's all in special tanks...i study them You are not able to maintain male and ladies in combination. Even if seeking to breed them, you situation each and every till they're precisely equipped to spawn after which positioned them in combination for an overly quick interval of time till they spawn, then take away the feminine once more. Even so, each turn out to be relatively beat up within the approach. Separate the feminine directly in case you desire them to reside. Then you would must deal with for fin rot in case your male has fin rot. It perhaps that the feminine beat him up in a single day too. Sometimes the ladies are a little greater with smaller fins and are ready to rather beat the crap out of the male. Sometimes it is the feminine who will get harm. Your betta has fin rot. Add aquarium salt and do widespread water alterations. Get that feminine out of there!! You must certainly not positioned a female and male betta in combination until they had been safely conditioned to spawn. Answered by Doug Ferber 4 months ago.

Why did you yell at her, when it wasn't her fault? Nice guy. See a doctor and get tested and put your mind at ease. ALWAYS WEAR A CONDOM. Answered by Krystin Yon 4 months ago.

Punctuation. Make it your friend. Answered by Enola Davito 4 months ago.


Baby got Strep Throat from Someone who had CLYAMIDIA @ The Water Park!?
We just found out that our nephew got strep throat & an ear infection @ the water park that we all go to. The Dr. mentioned to my Aunt someone may have had Clyamidia and that may have been how the baby got the strep throat.My question is Me & my family all go to the water park & swim can we get that decease... Asked by Isaura Angocicco 4 months ago.

We just found out that our nephew got strep throat & an ear infection @ the water park that we all go to. The Dr. mentioned to my Aunt someone may have had Clyamidia and that may have been how the baby got the strep throat. My question is Me & my family all go to the water park & swim can we get that decease Clyamidia in our eyes or can we catch it if we swallow the water or can we get it you know down there in the privates. I tried searching but had not luck. If any one knows this would put me & some of the other family members @ peace five family members total purchased season passes. Now what do we do??? Answered by Alverta Alevras 4 months ago.

You can't get strep throat from someone with Chlamydia, just so you know... I don't want to sound rude, but I suggest you tell your nephew's parents to find a new doctor if he's saying that's possible... It's a sexually transmitted disease, it can't be contracted any other way. And one disease USUALLY can't cause another (there are a few very rare exceptions, but Chlamydia isn't one of them). You can only get strep throat from someone that had strep throat through open-mouth kissing or sharing drinks/food where the infected person's saliva was left behind, or biting your fingernails/putting your fingers in your mouth (which babies do all the time) after touching something that the infected person might have touched after doing the same thing (ie door knobs, phones, etc) -that's how I got it. (Or as "artgal1285" said, maybe your aunt got some of the info mixed up, it happens sometimes). Open the baby's mouth, and look inside with a flashlight, if there is WHITE patches (looks kinda like mold but it's not) all across the back of his/her throat, then that is strep throat. If it is red or looks normal (pink), then it is NOT strep. Strep bacteria is always white. But even if the baby does have strep, it's usually hard to trace exactly where it came from anyway, so don't assume it's the water park just because the doctor said it "might" have been from there. As for the inner ear infection, kids get them all the time. I must have had 100 before I outgrew them around 6 years old. It's nothing that serious. The doctor can give him some meds and it will be cleared up in less than a week. It's rarely serious. But you and your family can rest assured. It is VERY difficult to catch anything at a water park because chlorine and other chemicals in the water kill EVERYTHING, and the UV rays from the sun kill any bacteria that might not get killed by the chlorine (such as on benches or lounge chairs). So don't worry about it. Just have them take your nephew to another doctor for a check-up (or at least a second opinion because if he takes strep throat medication without actually having strep, I'm sure he'll get very sick or could die). If this doctor is saying you can catch Chlamydia in any form through an over-chlorinated water park, I also think he should go back to medical school... And I even asked my mom (a hospital nurse) and she says it's not entirely not possible either because strep is caused by "streptococcus bacteria" by Chlamydia is caused by the "Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria"..... Aside from this suspected strep throat, to answer your other question, you and your family can NOT catch Chlamydia in any form by getting it in your eyes, mouth or "down there" because the chlorine will kill the bacteria immediately. Even more virulent viruses, like Herpes, can't even be spread that way. 99.9% of any kind of virus, bacteria, or other small cellular thing (like sperm) is killed within minutes of leaving the body because it needs to be kept at a very high temperature in a stable environment (the body is about 98.6 degrees, the water at the park is probably maybe 70, so they'd literally freeze to death). I'm sure everything will be alright :-) PS: Just by some odd chance, anyone you know ever does catch Chlamydia somehow, it is 100% curable with one dose of a medicine called "azithromycin" (aka Zithromax), or one week of a medicine called "doxycycline" (aka Atridox, Bio-Tab), both in the form of pills. As far as STDs go, it's one of the better ones to get... Just for your own knowledge lol. Answered by Cecil Trevethan 4 months ago.

Go to your physician should any of you show signs or symptoms of becoming ill. But in all actuality you and your family should be quite safe as chlorine used to treat the water kills most bacteria. And your baby didn't get strep throat from someone with chlamydia swimming at the water park. Strep throat is caused by a bacteria called streptococcus while chlamydia, the STD, is caused by a bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. Two different bacteria cause the two diseases, but ear infections can be caused by several different bacteria including streptococcus. Typically if there is an infection issue at a water park with something that's an issue with the water, parks close and retreat the water (there are some types of germs that are very hard to kill due to a protective coating surrounding it - that's what caused the outbreak of digestive ailments among visitors at a water park in NY in 2005). So you and your family should be ok, but due to the large number of people who all come into close contact at a water park (or at a mall or other large gathering) there is a possibility of coming into contact with germs that way - there more people you come into contact with the more germs you're exposed to (and little kids don't know better than to do things that adults find dirty like wipe your nose on your hand and then clap hands with a friend- an adult would use a tissue and/or wash hands). I hope this helped put some of your fears to rest. Answered by Nella Michal 4 months ago.

you are going on an assumption. There is no way to be certain that the baby got strep from the park. You say your nephew had strep. Strep is very contagious and can be picked up anywhere on anything touched by one with strep either directly, or indirectly. Babies put most thing in reach in their mouth and could get strep in any number of ways. Does your family kiss the baby, such as your nephew? It is more common to get strep from kissing, coughing or from eating after another person and hands, than most other ways. also strep has an incubation period in which the person has contracted it, but has no symptoms for days. How long after the park did you notice the problem with the baby? If the baby showed signs later the day of the park, or even as much as one day later it probably was not from the park. TreatmentChlamydia (clamidia, chlamidia, clamydia, clymidia or chlymidia) is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Chlamydia trachomatis, or simply chlamydia, is a bacterial infection caused by pathogen (germ) Chlamydia trachomatis that usually infects the genitals of both men and women, but can also infect the throat, rectum and eyes. Chlamydia is one of the most common STD's - and because more than 50% who have chlamydia have no symptoms at all - chlamydia infection usually goes untreated. Doctors should not make speculation off handily. On his part it appears to have been simply conjecture. From the pasted information about Climidia It is not caused by the Strep pathogen; also if a doctor said that it caused Strep throat, he would not be my choice of doctors. The water in water parks is supposed to have preventive chemicles to ward off most infectious diseases. It is supposed To be checked daily. Whether that is the case we do not know. It is possible to contract any number of conditions through contaminated water, but the sun and chlorine normally would prevent that if the water was taken care of as it should. Answered by Marisa Mehrotra 4 months ago.

If that were true half the population or more would have chronic clamydia. and I don't get the connection between that and strep which is caused directly by the streptocaucus bacteria. I'm thinking she got the info a bit scrambled. Answered by Madelene Tengwall 4 months ago.

Since you are not postive that this is how the infection occured I would not worry about it. First off water parks do routine testing of their water and treat it daily based on the tests so getting an infection is not the norm. If you have real concerns then contact the manager of the water park and express your concerns to him/her. Answered by Clarine Rudell 4 months ago.


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