... infection? i am taking doxycycline and cyproheptadine medication for a bacterial infection. But, i dont know what kind of bacterial infection it is or how i got it.
Doxycycline - what kind of bacteria is treated with this medication and what causes this bacterial?
- 28 Oct 2010 by curiouslana21
- 28 Oct 2010
- infections, acne, bacterial infection, cyproheptadine, doxycycline
Added 28 Oct 2010:
i have inchy skin and red bumps. Mostly on my hands thighs and stomach.
Doxycycline - common uses for the drug include the following:
Treatment of bacterial infections, such as: Pneumonia; Chlamydia; Plague; Cholera; Certain types of urinary tract infections (UTIs); Gonorrhea; Lyme disease.
An alternative for malaria prevention; Treatment of anthrax infections (including cutaneous anthrax, gastrointestinal anthrax, and inhalational anthrax); Acne treatment; Treatment of rosacea; Treatment of periodontitis (gum disease).
Would recommend you to talk to your doc who prescribed the meds for details, it could be the side effects of taking the meds that you such feelings, take care, be safe & well!
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