That depends on what bacteria is causing it. Its much better to see a dr, find out for sure if its really an infection and what is causing it, and get the appropriate medication. If you have keflex sitting around, the question is how much because its not a good idea to take less then then the full of course of treatment. You can get resistant bacteria that way.
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