20 Mar 2012
Metronidazole (Flagyl, MetroCream, MetroGel, MetroGel-Vaginal, MetroLotion, Noritate, Vandazole) is a prescription antibiotic approved to treat a variety of different infections. It comes in several different forms, such as tablets, skin creams and lotions, or vaginal cream. The medication is especially useful for infections caused by parasites and anaerobic bacteria.
20 Mar 2012
hi,metrogel1%and 2% solutions,does require a prescription.it is the #1 cream used to treat roseacea along with a wide variety of skin problems.try your regular doctor first they may prescrib it. if not see a qualified skin doctor.once you have a prescription most doctors will call in a prescription for you.smoking and drink alcohol can cause systems to return.hope this helps.subzero58
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im prescribed the oral form. is there a less invasive alternative? maybe over the counter?
1 answer • 3 Apr 2013
I just finished my treatment but when I go pee I have what looks like clumps of yeast in toilet
0 answers • 1 Feb 2015
... ..doctor prescribed metronidazole on third day today diarrhea got worse than it was before should I continue?
1 answer • 4 Apr 2015
I was only supposed take it for five days and after my time was up my problem seems worse than before. my vagina is dry and it burns and I have ...
1 answer • 2 May 2015