Can cephradine cure gonorrhea?
Asked by Carissa Anstine 4 months ago.
yes 1st link - Gonorrhea is treated with cephalosporin or quinalone type of antibiotics. 2nd link - Cephradine is an antibiotic that belongs to a group of drugs called cephalosporins. Answered by Katherina Fikes 4 months ago.
How many days a patient can take antibiotic's?3 days or 5 days?
I am asking specially about Cephradine.
Asked by Johnie Mally 4 months ago.
You have not stated what you are taking Cephradine for. This drug is used for a variety of bacterial infections. If you are taking it for a ear, skin, respiratory infection, you should take it -500mg. every six hours until all medication is gone, the doctor has determined the length of medication he feels is necessary to rid you of the infection, 5-7-10 or 14 day therapy. If you are taking it for a urinary tract infection -500 mg. twice a day- again the doctor will decide the length of therapy needed. I am not a fan of antibiotics, but they are useful, please remember to take your yogurt and or acidophilus after your therapy or during , a lot of times a women will get a yeast infection after using antibiotics and this will help keep the intestinal tract clear of toxins from the antibiotics. Also drink a lot of fluids while taking antibiotics. Good luck-hope that has helped you some. Answered by Nathan Butter 4 months ago.
Take all the pills until they are gone. Doctors perscribe the number of doses you need, not measured by days, Answered by Janell Ketcher 4 months ago.
Is Cephradine safe for kittens?
Actually it's not a common thing to have a pet here, I went to vet today with my sick kitten and he prescribed Cephradine and Dextrose.I gave my kitty Dextrose but I am confused about Cephradine. I am not giving that.
Asked by Domenica Copelin 4 months ago.
You didn't state what the kitten is being treated for. If it was given to you to give the kitten call the vet and ask why and will it harm the kitten. I have used it but according to how it was prescribe for the cat. If you are not comfortable with that drug ask the vet if there is another you can give. No human drugs are not made for cats but they are used because there are none made just for cats. The vets know the dosage that are safe and they are given according to age and weight. Yes there is information at the vet's finger tips on what medications will treat what and what the proper and safe dosage is. If they didn't use human medication we would have more dead and sick cats and kittens because there would be nothing to treat them with. Think about it. It is up to you if you want to give the medication or not. It is up to you to make the call and find out why that drug was given. It is up to you to have the kitten recover or not. Dextrose has nothing in it that will harm your kitten but if there is an infection or something else it will not get rid of it either. Remember it is up to you, your kitten's health is in your hands. We can just give advice and when it comes to my kittens and cats I go by what the vet will tell me what to do and if I have any questions they are the first ones I call and get the answers from. R P CAT Answered by Yolonda Cratty 4 months ago.
Cephradine is a beta-lactam antibiotic, it's a bit hard to decide what's right or wrong when we have no idea what the kitten is being treated for, but it may surprise (or not) people to know that not a lot of drugs are made especially for cats and dogs, so instead they use human drugs at particular doses. Dextrose is just glucose... (fruit sugar), so yes your kitten is getting sugar for easily digestible energy, but on the other hand, the Cefradine is the only actual drug the vet has prescribed. If you're refusing to give the kitten Cefradine, you will have to be prepared to deal with the fact you're not treating your cat as the vet prescribed. If the kitten is not very sick, she may well recover on her own, cats often don't need antibiotics or help to heal as they have a very good healing response, but remember that it is your responsibility if you decide to go against vet advise and not give her a particular medication based on your own beliefs. If she takes a turn for the worse (she probably won't if she is a strong healthy kitten otherwise), then remember the vet is not responsible for this decision. Not all vets are great/knowledgeable/reliable, but they are vets, so the question boils down to how well you trust medical professionals versus natural therapists. Answered by Jackson Morath 4 months ago.
It is not advisable to give medications intended for humans to pets. Some medications may be good for us, but can be deadly for pets. Best to call a vet. Good luck and God bless! Answered by Octavia Cessna 4 months ago.
No, Cephradine is safe for humans and may have serious side effects for cats...especially kittens. Answered by Quentin Wragge 4 months ago.
Is there any oal or antibiotic treatment for scabies?
my whole family is suffering from scabies we have treated lindane permarthine and cephradine but no result
Asked by Beverlee Lardin 4 months ago.
It is recommended that you visit your GP if this is the first time you have had a scabies infestation. This is because other, more serious skin conditions can cause similar symptoms to scabies. It is therefore important for your GP to rule these out as a cause of your symptoms. There's another type of cream you could try, such as Malathion cream, and for the itchiness, they could prescribe mild steroid creams. Oral antihistamines can help to control symptoms of itching and help with sleeping. However, they might cause drowsiness, so avoid driving, or operating heavy machinery, if you are affected in this way. Answered by Pok Pagenkopf 4 months ago.
Eww you have scabies. Are you all dirty? Answered by Landon Schnipper 4 months ago.
I have a big pimple that i need to get rid of?
i went to the doctors and he gave me a capsule (cephradine) and well i ad two pimples, one under my lower lip which was hurting alot, and one on my right cheek. the one tha twas hurting under my lip got filled with pus and popped and its pretty small and not hurting anymore now after the capsules but the one on my...
Asked by Tamiko Laurey 4 months ago.
i went to the doctors and he gave me a capsule (cephradine) and well i ad two pimples, one under my lower lip which was hurting alot, and one on my right cheek. the one tha twas hurting under my lip got filled with pus and popped and its pretty small and not hurting anymore now after the capsules but the one on my right cheek just seems to be getting bigger and making my whole right side of my face look HUGE. idk how to get rid of it cuz its not even filled with pus its just red. and i cant find any good gels or creams that help and my doctor just keeps sayin that it should be better with the capsules he gave me. Answered by Irina Hamiltan 4 months ago.
You realize this forum is not meant to replace your dr who can examine you and give appropriate medications. One capsule is not going to do anything. You need to be on it at least for 7 days.Change your doc and get him to prescribe CIPRO 500 MGS TWICE daily for 5 days if you are not allergic to penicillin and you are big and if you are small,250mgs should be enough Answered by Wilbert Samit 4 months ago.
What's the difference among these Antibiotics?
What is the difference among these five medicines? I mean what kind of different diseases and specific infections they use for in a man's body? 1- Cephradine 2- Ciprofloxacin 3- Ceftriaxone 4- Metronidazole 5- Erythromycin Hope for the great answer. Regards,
Asked by Allena Faaita 4 months ago.
1. Cephadrine- This medication is a cephalosporin-type antibiotic used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections (e.g., skin, ear, respiratory and urinary tract infections). It works by stopping the growth of bacteria. 2. Ciprofloxacin This medication is used to treat eye infections. Ciprofloxacin belongs to a class of drugs called quinolone antibiotics. It works by stopping the growth of bacteria. This medication treats only bacterial eye infections. It will not work for other types of eye infections. Unnecessary use or overuse of any antibiotic can lead to its decreased effectiveness. 3. Ceftriaxone This antibiotic treats only bacterial infections. It will not work for viral infections (e.g., common cold, flu). Unnecessary use or misuse of any antibiotic can lead to its decreased effectiveness. It is injected. 4. Metronidazole NOT FOR A MAN This form of metronidazole is used for vaginal infections. It belongs to a class of antibiotics known as nitroimidazoles. It works by stopping the growth of bacteria and protozoa. 5. Erythromycin Erythromycin is known as a macrolide antibiotic. This medication may also be used to treat a certain type of stomach condition involving slowed digestion (gastroparesis). Answered by Dorene Espinosa 4 months ago.
some childrens are in simple terms genetically predisposed to ear infections and this is harder for them to get rid of them. i could examine to work out if he desires tubes in his ears or something as ear infections would reason some listening to loss. it could additionally be a milk hypersensitivity, I heard of that when...yet it somewhat is uncommon that that could be inflicting the ear infections. i'm assuming your son isn't around cigarette smoke which will reason ear infections as can having a sippy cup in mattress with him at night. i could inspect going to and Ear, nostril and Throat well-being practitioner to work out what they are in a position to stumble on. notwithstanding if it ought to in basic terms be a genetic component. I actually have a chum who's entire kin is services to ear infections (she had them each and all of the time, her brothers, and every physique on her dad's section). Answered by Walter Leiding 4 months ago.
What does the antibiotic Cephalosporin C. do?
Asked by Mila Schermann 4 months ago.
cephalosporin C was the first cephalosporin isolated. cephalosporins like cephalexin and cephradine are broad spectrum anti-infectives similar in structure to penicillin. about 5-10% of patients sensitive to pencillins are also sensitive to cephalosporins. since 90-95% of penicillin sensitive patients can take cephalosporins, they are often used as a subsititute for penicillin or amoxicillin. first generation cephalosporins are effective against staph, strep and a few gram negative bacteria. Answered by Harold Sek 4 months ago.
Sal is absolutely correct. Just a bit of trivia. It was isolated from Cephalosporium acremonium, which grew in the sewers of Sardinia, Italy in 1948. Answered by Oneida Tippen 4 months ago.
It is basically an antibiotic used in place of penicillin, as some people are allergic to penicillin. Answered by Delsie Cobia 4 months ago.
the first answer is correct, it is used "as pcn", however, in many cases, people allergic to pcn are ALSO allergic to cephlesporins as it is nearly an identical drug nucleus. be very careful. I experienced a very adverse reaction that left me "less than 5 mins to live" had I not gone to ER. Answered by Cliff Hernandaz 4 months ago.
Looking for Treatment of Cystitis (E. Coli Infection). My Urine Culture Report as under:?
MICROBIOLOGOY REPORTTest : Culture & Sensitivity TestSample : UrineCulture : Growth of E.ColiColony Count : 1 x 105/mlAntibiotics SensitivityAmicillin Amikacin (S)Amoxicillin Amoxi-Clav Azithromycin (R)Cefepime Cefixime (R)Cefotaxime Ceftazidime Ceftriaxone (R)Cephalexin...
Asked by Loraine Taphous 4 months ago.
MICROBIOLOGOY REPORT Test : Culture & Sensitivity Test Sample : Urine Culture : Growth of E.Coli Colony Count : 1 x 105/ml Antibiotics Sensitivity Amicillin Amikacin (S) Amoxicillin Amoxi-Clav Azithromycin (R) Cefepime Cefixime (R) Cefotaxime Ceftazidime Ceftriaxone (R) Cephalexin Cephradine Ciprofloxacin (R) Chloramphenicol Cloxacillin Cotrimoxazole (R) Doxycycline E. coli Erythromycin Gentamicin (MS) Imipenem (S) Levofloxacin (R) Mecillinam Nalidixic Acid Netilmicin (S) Nitrofurantoin (R) Oxacillin Pefloxacin Penicillin Streptomycin Tetracycline Vancomycin S = Sensitive R = Resistant MS = Moderately Sensitive Is there other treatment beside antibiotic for my problem ? Please suggest. Please note there is no Ofloxacin in the Microbiological Report. Can I try Ofloxacin. Please Suggest. Thanks Answered by Heide Rudo 4 months ago.
The organism is resistant to Levofloxacin and Ciprofloxacin which are in the same class of antibiotics as Ofloxacin. That would suggest that Ofloxacin is likely to be resistant as well. Answered by Milan Orsten 4 months ago.
I basically have been given off the telephone with a buddy that have been given E-coli in Oct 2007 (it extremely is now June 2008) and became unsuccessful with each and every of the antibiotic and classic allopathic cures. He did learn and used a recurring of cranberry juice, cranberry drugs, apple cider vinegar, alka seltzer, baking soda and perhaps different products. He mentioned it became a strict recurring of doing some thing each and every 30-60 minutes. The docs that taken care of him are surprised that he kicked it and prefer to comprehend what he did so they are in a position to handle others. i've got not got a particular recipe. My buddy additionally reported that the centers for affliction administration (CDC) did no longer advise this technique, which led to him to do otherwise and choose for it. stable element he did! Answered by Celeste Tuccillo 4 months ago.
Got smokers cough, can anyone help?
Hi,I got smokers cough. I have been taking antibiotics for a week (doctor told), 3 times a day and cough syrups too. I was relieved for few days, so I did not quit smoking. Now it is getting worse. I am coughing all day and having breathing problems too. I have stopped smoking from today. Can you help? It is...
Asked by Melinda Iott 4 months ago.
Hi, I got smokers cough. I have been taking antibiotics for a week (doctor told), 3 times a day and cough syrups too. I was relieved for few days, so I did not quit smoking. Now it is getting worse. I am coughing all day and having breathing problems too. I have stopped smoking from today. Can you help? It is killing me. Antibiotic name: Cephradine BP 500 mg (3 times day for 1 week and I've finished the course). Syrup-- Each 5ml syrup contains: guaifenesin USP 100 mg, pseudoephedrine HCL USP 30 mg, triprolidine HCL USP 1.25 mg (3 times a day, 2 teaspoon for 1 week) Finished with that too. But now that I'm still coughing, so I'm taking another syrup 3 times a day (bromhexine hydrochloride). I did lung x-ray but It seems normal. Please help! Answered by Danielle Trimarchi 4 months ago.
The sіtе at my sourcе addresses quіtting with mіnimal cravіngs/wіthdrawals. Hopе іt hеlps. Answered by Kathryn Fee 4 months ago.
yep....sounds soooo familiar. Former nurse....current smoker (tryin to quit) and also current asthma/emphysema sufferer now... The ONE MAJOR thing I see missing from your meds that you list is a STEROID....when you are having bronchitis/asthma/breathing problems....a steroid like prednisone or a Medrol Dose Pak can make you feel like a million bucks again with in just a few days....they don't EVER not give me a steroid with my antibiotics anymore when I have bronchitis,...ur having more trouble....go back...yes you'll get a lecture...trust in that...but ask them for a steroid to take for a few days. Another thing I do at home is nebulizer breathing treatments so I am in the ER less...actually only when I do need steroids. Some of the stuff in the cough meds you were given may actually help aggravate asthma/bronchitis...especially when you are smoking....so lol I'm gonna wag my finger and say shame on you even though I don't have anything I can judge you for lol. Yep...just go back and please just tell them you need a steroid. Answered by Lindsay Amborn 4 months ago.
STOP SMOKING. Answered by Chia Dufek 4 months ago.