Doxt S

Doxt S 100 mg
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Doxt S is used to treat bacterial infections in the body such as acne, interstitial cystitis, chlamydia, pelvic inflammatory disease, inhalational anthrax and other conditions. Some people have used Doxt S containing Doxycycline as a preventative against contracting malaria while travelling in countries with a high prevalence of the disease. Some have also experienced unwanted side effects from this course of treatment. You are advised to speak to your doctor before taking this course of action. Doxt is ineffective in treating viral infections such as the common cold and influenza.

Typically dosage levels for adults is 1 tablet daily. The correct dosage will depend on the condition you are taking Doxt S for. You are advised to follow your doctor's directions. Doxt S is best taking with a large glass of water to prevent stomach irritation. It is also best taken on an empty stomach, either 1 hour before or 2 hour after a meal. It may be taken with food if you find Doxt S causes stomach upsets. Do not break or crush the tablet.

Doxt S may cause unwanted side effects such as: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, an inflammation of the mouth or tongue, enterocolitis, increased skin sensitivity to the sunlight

Generally, taking anti-biotics as preventatives is not advised. The body's immune systems can build a resistance to the anti-biotic reducing its effectiveness in fighting infection. Oral contraceptive pills containing estrogen may not work properly while taking Doxt S. You may need to use alternative methods of contraception while taking Doxt S.

Taking Doxt S during pregnancy or while breast feeding is not recommended. You should talk to your doctor about alternative medications or specific dosage levels that may reduce the risk of harming your baby.

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