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home:symptoms:urinary [03.22.2017]
sallieq [If the urinalysis is positive] + Ceftin, Biaxin
home:symptoms:urinary [03.22.2017] (current)
sallieq [If the urinalysis is positive] + Ceftin, Biaxin
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-If a urinalysis is positive for bacteria and one'​s ​doctors ​wants to use an antibiotic other than minocycline,​ ask him or her to consider Ceftin, Biaxin or a fluoroquinolone,​ which will not interfere with immunopathology.+If a urinalysis is positive for bacteria and one'​s ​doctor ​wants to use an antibiotic other than minocycline,​ ask him or her to consider Ceftin, Biaxin or a fluoroquinolone,​ which will not interfere with immunopathology.
  
 Other strategies for managing a UTI include: Other strategies for managing a UTI include:
home/symptoms/urinary.txt · Last modified: 03.22.2017 by sallieq
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