how many times a day and how many MG per pill
11 Sep 2011
Based on research here is what I found
Adults: The usual dosage is one 250-milligram (mg) tablet four times daily in equally spaced doses or one 500-mg tablet every 12 hours. Dosage may be increased up to 4 grams (g) per day based on the severity of the infection.
Uncomplicated Urinary, Reproductive Tract, or Rectal Infections
For adults who cannot take tetracycline: The usual dosage is 500 mg given four times a day for at least 7 days.
I am not a doctor, just researched this 4 u, but def. talk to a doctor about your dosage. Best of luck to u. God Bless!
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