Buy Flagyl Online - Antimicrobial Agent
Flagyl is an antimicrobial agent that plays an important role in the therapy of a large number of infectious diseases in adults. Flagyl is successfully used for antibiotic therapy of:
- Respiratory tract (pneumonia, lung abscess);
- Central nervous system (meningitis, brain abscess);
- Genital organs (endometritis, bacterial vaginosis, adnexitis);
- Skin, bones and joints (bacterial arthritis, osteomyelitis, rosacea)
- Organs of the abdominal cavity (intestinal and hepatic amoebiasis, giardiasis).
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Flagyl penetrates into all body fluids and tissues, so it helps to quickly stop the infection process, regardless of its location. By interacting with the DNA of bacteria and protozoa, Flagyl disrupts the process of their growth and causes their death.
High antibacterial and protozoal activity and safety of Flagyl allow to successfully combat infectious diseases of various genesis. The drug is active against many gram-positive and gram-negative anaerobic bacteria, as well as protozoal parasites.
Due to its pharmacological properties, Flagyl is indicated for the treatment, as well as the prevention of wound and postoperative infections.
The treatment efficacy of any disease mainly depends on the doses of the medicine used. Given that Flagyl is used to treat a wide variety of infectious diseases, the dosing regimens will differ.
The following Flagyl dosage forms can be used to quickly focalize an infection:
- oral suspension
- solution for injections
- oral tablets and capsules
- cream for external use
- rectal and vaginal suppositories
To let treatment provide a quick positive result, you need to consult with your doctor. Only a therapist can determine how long and how often patients should take Flagyl tablets and capsules.
- The drug is taken one, two or three times a day.
- The recommended daily dose of Flagyl ranges between 750 mg and 2500 mg.
The course of therapy with pills or suppositories is 7 days and longer. For the treatment of some types of infectious diseases (including trichomoniasis), it is enough to take one high dose of antibiotic.
Pediatric patients are given lower doses of Flagyl, than adults are. In clinical practice, the experience of prescribing this antibiotic to children is very limited. Therefore, when using the drug to treat a bacterial infection in a child, it is recommended that you be careful and strictly follow the doctor's recommendations.
Flagyl is well tolerated by the elderly and a reduction in the daily dose is usually not required. Patients with severe hepatic impairment, should take Flagyl with caution and preferably in small doses.
The drug can be used instead of other antibiotics, in which severe hepatic insufficiency is a contraindication to the use.
If the symptoms of bacterial infection do not decrease after a few days of Flagyl use, it is recommended to discuss the efficacy of the antibiotic therapy with the attending physician.
Depending on the effectiveness of the antimicrobial therapy and the severity of side effects, the doctor may recommend changing the dose of Flagyl or prescribe another antibiotic.
In addition to a broad spectrum of action and high antimicrobial activity, Flagyl has another important advantage, which is safety. Not all antibiotics have the same positive benefit-risk balance, as Flagyl. The drug does not cause frequent adverse events.
- Flagyl has little effect on the balance of the intestinal flora, so it rarely causes nausea, vomiting and other gastrointestinal reactions.
- Rare and very rare side effects of Flagyl include headaches, dizziness and drowsiness.
Antibacterial agent Flagyl is well studied, so the adverse reactions are expected. As a rule, the discomfort, caused by medication, is easily tolerated and is temporary.
If side effects cause no discomfort and gradually decrease, your doctor may recommend continuing antimicrobial therapy without reducing the daily dose.
Patients should keep in mind that Flagyl is indicated for the therapy of only parasitic and bacterial infections. It should not be used for colds, sore throats and viral infections.
Skipping one or more doses, as well as premature withdrawal of Flagyl tablets, reduces the effectiveness of treatment. Missed doses increase the likelihood of resistance development in pathogenic microorganisms to this antibiotic.
Such microorganisms in the future may not respond to the antimicrobial activity with Flagyl. Therefore, patients should take the drug on schedule and try not to skip the tablets administration.