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Metronidazole tablets are a specific type of antibiotic medicine that is commonly used in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis (BV). Bacterial vaginosis is a common condition that many women may experience, and is caused by an imbalance or overgrowth of certain types of bacteria that occur naturally in the vagina. While BV is not considered a sexually transmitted infection (STI), having unprotected intercourse can make a woman more susceptible to developing BV.
Symptoms of BV include a milky or greyish vaginal discharge that has a “fishy” smell, although some women experience no symptoms at all. If you have been engaging in sexual intercourse, it’s important to take an STI test if you think you have BV, as many STIs have similar symptoms. If you think you may need metronidazole, you should fill-out one of our short consultation forms for our UK Medical Doctor to review.
Yes, a few important things for you to know before you start taking metronidazole are:
Each Metronidazole contains Metronidazole 400mg.
Metronidazole tablets are also sold under the brand name Flagyl or Flagyl ER. Both are medically identical as as effective as each other except Flagyl is expensive due to being a brand name.
If the doctor prescribes metronidazole for you, you will likely be prescribed a 5-day course of tablets, which you should take twice a day (about 12 hours apart), or as directed by the doctor. If for some reason, you forget a dose, take it as soon as you remember, then carry-on as normal, again leaving 12 hours in-between doses. Never double-up a dose of your metronidazole tablets, or take more than the prescribed amount. You should take your metronidazole tablets as directed by the doctor for the fully-prescribed time, until all of the tablets are gone.
Some of the less serious side effects of metronidazole tablets include stomach cramps, diarrhoea, a dry mouth, or a metallic taste in your mouth. However, if you experience any of the side effects below, you should contact your doctor or local A&E at once.
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Metronidazole is the generic name of the more commonly known drug Flagyl. This drug is an antibiotic that is used to fight infections all throughout the body. In particular, it combats infections of the vagina, joints, skin, respiratory system and stomach. It won’t be able to treat every kind of infection, but it does well at treating a number of parasitic and bacterial problems.This drug should never be combined with alcohol. It can actually create side effects not normally associated with this drug, such as a faster heartbeat, nausea, vomiting, a tingly sensation and a warm feeling underneath your skin. While these may not seem like serious side effects on their own, they can indicate a more serious problem and be the start of something quite severe and even life-threatening. There are more serious side effects as well. You can experience liver damage or high blood pressure while combining this drug with alcohol.
Metronidazole is used to treat bacterial infections, and it comes in a few different forms. The most commonly prescribed forms are tablets and a gel application. Both of these are used to treat a variety of infections, offering much the same benefit and outcomes in most patients.However, since their cost tends to be quite different, with the gel costing about ten times as much as the oral tablet, it is worth comparing the two to see which one would be more effective.
The effects of using Metronidazole during pregnancy are considered inconclusive. There has been some evidence that this drug can cause birth defects, but these reports have not been substantiated. While repeated studies have been conducted and research has been performed on the effects of this drug on pregnant women and their developing children, the outcomes of these studies have not been considered conclusive. They are labelled as controversial because the findings are conflicting or do not provide a satisfactory answer.
When patients have parasitic or bacterial infections, their doctor may prescribe an antimicrobial such as Metronidazole. This drug belongs to the family of drugs known as Nitiroimidazole antimicrobials, and they fight infections primarily in the gastrointestinal and reproductive systems. They are particularly well suited for women who suffer from a variety of infections.
Metronidazole can be highly effective for the treatment of both bacterial and parasitic infections. It can treat infections all throughout the body, including the entire respiratory system, much of the reproductive system, much of the gastroenterological system and in the skin and joints. Just about anywhere you need infection combated, Metronidazole is going to be effective.
The drug Metronidazole is a powerful antibiotic that can get rid of infection in the body caused by bacteria and parasites. It may not get rid of every infection you have (yeast infections, flu and colds in particular), but it is generally adept at combating most kinds found in your body.
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