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METROGYL 400 MG: How It Is Useful For Bacterial and parasitic infections.
Taking a Metrogyl 400 mg tablet may help you treat bacterial and parasitic infections. However, it should be used with caution. This medicine can cause side effects and other medical problems. Thus, it is wise to discuss any side effects with your medic.
Some of the side effects that can occur are nausea, headache, diarrhea, flushing, drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, and vomiting. If you experience any of these side effects, you should stop taking Metrogyl and contact your doctor right away.
It is an antibiotic. It aids in the body’s fight against parasitic and bacterial infections. Infections of the liver, stomach, intestines, vagina, brain, heart, lungs, bones, and skin get treated with it.
This antibiotic is available. By causing DNA damage to the microorganisms that cause infections, it kills them.
In most cases, this drug begins to work within one hour of being consumed. Yet, taking it may take up to two days to make you feel better. Consult your physician if you do not notice a significant reduction in your symptoms.
After surgery, it helps prevent infection. It is also used to treat pressure sores, dental infections, and leg ulcers. It is best to take this drug after eating something. To enjoy its maximum effects use this drug at the same time every day. You should take this antibiotic exactly as your doctor has instructed you to. Though the dosage you are given will get determined by the condition you are being treated for and how severe it is. Even if you feel well, you should not stop taking it until you have completed a full course of treatment, even if your symptoms improve quickly. Some bacteria may survive if you stop taking it early, and the infection may return. Avoid alcohol for a few days after stopping this drug and while taking it. In any other case, you might experience unpleasant side effects like stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting.
Inform your doctor if you are allergic to any drug have kidney or liver problems, or have a nervous system disease before taking this drug. Before using this drug, your doctor must know about your pregnancy or if you are nursing.
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