E-MYCIN Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 060272/001.

Names and composition

"E-MYCIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ERYTHROMYCIN.

Answered questions

What is prescription drug E-MYCIN most commonly used for?
I found my friend was taking E-MYCIN, I didn't want to ask them what they used it for because I felt it might be rude. I know it might be used for a lot of reasons but does anyone have a rough estimation of what it's common use is? Thanks. Asked by Eda Pirozhkov 4 months ago.

antibiotic and used to treat digestion disorders Answered by Hildegard Diss 4 months ago.


When is E-Mycin, Erythromycin Ototoxic?
If you had a Inner Ear infection with some damage to the Vestibular System could it worsen it? Asked by Fredric Wettach 4 months ago.

1] ask your doctor or pharmacist, or check the info given with your prescription 2] we do not know your weight, type of infection, any other prescriptions, other medical conditions... 3] also, a lot of YA responders are NOT doctors, nurses, PAs, etc. Answered by Catalina Chuh 4 months ago.


If I take e-mycin (anitbiotic), will it make my Mirena IUC less effective?
Asked by Adrian Bahoora 4 months ago.

any type of meds COULD make your Birth Control less efective Answered by Sarita Francolino 4 months ago.

Oh, for God's sake! This is a question in which any responsible adult ( especially using this stuff) should know to find the answer - NOT how to find the answer in this (unqualified) forum. 1.) call your doctor, or the doctor's nurse, or your clinic (should have your med history and already know whether to prescribe to you) 2.) call a pharmacy (SAME: they should have your med history and already know whether there will be a problem, or will certainly know of drug interactions) 3.) read the small print that comes with your RX. 4.) if you're getting your meds on the street cause they're stupid expensive, well, I hope you're safe and try #2 and go to a clinic. Answered by Arlinda Baskett 4 months ago.

It shouldn't, just having something in your uterus makes you less prone to pregnancy, I have always heard that the anti-biotics only effect the effectiveness of THE PILL, and that is only if you have stomache troubles as a result of using the medicine(like it makes you vomit or gives you diarrhea, interfering with the absorption of the pill) it is said NOT to effect the birth control shot at all, so I doubt that it would effect the hormones the IUD releases Answered by Nada Gameros 4 months ago.

It has a back up method which is the fact that it is implanted in the uterus so not just the hormones work in creating a hostile i environment for sperm and also preventing ovulation. Answered by Michal Sorin 4 months ago.

I have a Mirena as well and I asked the same question to my doctor ( who laughed ) and he said no because it doesn't work just on the hormone part. Answered by Shella Mccarley 4 months ago.


Does e-mycin cause you to lose appetite?
I was prescribed this drug as an antibiotic and ever since i have been on it my appetite has decreased? is this a common side affect associated with this drug? Asked by So Penniman 4 months ago.

i've taken it before, and lost appetite, probably due to 'nausea.' Try adding yogurt to your diet, especially when you are taking an antibiotic. antibiotics kill good intestinal bacteria, too, so you need to eat yogurt to help add good bacteria for processing food. Answered by Sadie Igneri 4 months ago.


Allergic to penicillin & e-mycin, won't take levaquin, what else is there?
cannot take the standard antibiotics, and don't want to take levaquin, after two separate partial tears to my achilles tendon...now seem to have a chronic sinus infection, and i need to know if there is anything else out there that can help? Asked by Irish Chetram 4 months ago.

You could go with clindamycin, tetracycline or derivative (minocycline, doxycycline). You could also use with caution, cephalosporins. 2nd or 3rd generation cephalosporins such as ceftazidime, ceftriaxone, cefepime, cefuroxime, cefixime, or cefdinir. The 3rd generation cephalosporins cover gram-positive, and most gram-negative bacterial pathogens, with the exception of having no ability to treat MRSA (methacillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus) a gram-positive bacteria. Also if it is a serious infection, they could give you antibiotics called carbepenem's, such as imipenem, or ertapenem. The only risk for the cephalosporins and carbepenem's, is that they share 1 similar structure with the penicillin's, called a beta-lactam ring. Due to this, there is an extremely remote and rare risk of a cross reaction. This is highly unlikely with 3rd generation cephalosporins, about a 1 in 10,000.000 chance. I would have the Dr. run a culture to see what bacterial pathogen is causing the infection. In the nose, it is typically Staphylococcus aureus, which can be treated with Bactrim DS (sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim), or Bactroban Nasal Spray (mupriocin). The clindamycin would be a good choice if it is a gram-negative bacterial infection. Tetracyclines are generally good against most gram positive, and some gram negative bacteria. If its an anaerobic bacteria, then Flagyl (metronidazole) is the drug of choice. These are the antibiotics I would recommend to be used depending on what pathogen is causing the infection. Good luck Answered by Annamae Sikkink 4 months ago.


Can you smoke marijuana while taking E MYCIN ?
Asked by Angla Felton 4 months ago.

you cant smoke marijuana unless its prescribed, because its ILLEGAL Answered by Drusilla Ybos 4 months ago.

what the hell is E MYCIN, do you mean erythromycin? its an antibiotic. if you really need to ask, then don't smoke at all. im guesssing you didn't bother to wait for an answer to get baked, so, i bet you answered your own questions. amature hour Answered by Scot Barbot 4 months ago.

you can smoke it taking whatever you want Answered by Glennie Rissler 4 months ago.

YOU CAN SMOKE WHENEVER YOU WANT. ITS ONLY AN HERB Answered by Lyda Jaffee 4 months ago.


Which antibiotic is stronger, clarithromycin 250 mg or E-mycin 250 mg? Are they the same?
Doctor is involved but my curiosity is peaked. Both boys have same infection. They are same weight and height. different doctors gave different medicines. I wanted to know if one was better. Asked by Dominica Bretos 4 months ago.

I would call and ask your doctor for the best answer because sinus infections are not fun, and you probably want it gone asap! Some antibiotics don't work for some people but they do work for others, so I would call and ask your doctor. I know zythromax works really good for my sinus infections! Answered by Mikaela Finnerty 4 months ago.


Can i use Neomycin and Polymyxin B Sulfates and Hydro Otic solution if im am allergic to e-mycin?
Asked by Morton Suchanek 4 months ago.

DEFINATLY NO, AS ERYTHROMYCINE AND NEOMYCIN ARE DRUGS OF SAME GROUP. IF PATIENT IS ALLERGIC TO ONE DRUG THERE ARE HIGH CHANCES THAT HE WILL BE ALLERGIC TO OTHER DRUGS OF SAME CLASS. IM DOCTOR Answered by Cornell Isam 4 months ago.

I think you should ask this in the chemistry or biology section, not first-aid. Those are all listed by their generic names anyway. A pharmacist would know better Answered by Ross Pekara 4 months ago.

I dont think so, please call your local pharmacy, before you use it please. Answered by Norma Lehnen 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
060272/001 E-MYCIN ERYTHROMYCIN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 250MG
060272/002 E-MYCIN ERYTHROMYCIN TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE/ORAL 333MG

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