12 Aug 2009
Erythromycin is available as topical preparations, which can be used to treat acne.
Erythromycin ophthalmic is formulated to be put into the eyes. Talk to you doctor and see what they recommend.
- Erythromycin Information for Consumers
- Erythromycin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Erythromycin (detailed)
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i ask my doctor for a prescription for acne but she gave me erythromycin oththalmic oiment and she said i can use it on my face too
1 answer • 24 Jan 2010
I have the eyedrops (erythromycin ophthalmic ointment ISP,0.5%). I am wondering if it would be okay or beneficial to put onto the infected tooth ...
2 answers • 17 Apr 2010
Can Erythromycin (or Bactrim or another antibotic) be used to treat Trichomoniasis instead of Metronidozole?
1 answer • 13 Aug 2010
I have a prescription for erythromycin ophth was have recently scratched my cornea and was wondering
... if I can use this medication to treat it?
1 answer • 27 Dec 2010
My grandmother has a tube of erythromycin ophthalmic ointment that was perscribed to her for an eye?
problem a couple years ago. Shes recently started having the same trouble in the other eye and was wondering if it would be ok to use now. the tube ...
1 answer • 15 Feb 2012