Antibiotics

Antibiotics are potent drugs that fight bacterial infections. Their correct use can save lives. They act by killing bacteria or preventing them from reproducing. After taking antibiotics, the body's natural defenses are sufficient. Antibiotics do not fight infections caused by viruses, such as: Colds Flu Most Causes of Cough and Bronchitis Sore ...

Antibiotics are potent drugs that fight bacterial infections. Their correct use can save lives. They act by killing bacteria or preventing them from reproducing. After taking antibiotics, the body's natural defenses are sufficient. Antibiotics do not fight infections caused by viruses, such as: Colds Flu Most Causes of Cough and Bronchitis Sore throat, except that the cause is a strep infection If a virus (and not a bacterium) is the cause of a disease, taking antibiotics can do more harm than good. Using antibiotics when you do not need them can cause a resistance to antibiotics. This happens when the bacteria changes and can resist the effects of antibiotics. When taking antibiotics, carefully follow the instructions. It is important that, even if you feel better, end the treatment. If you stop taking antibiotics earlier than recommended by your doctor, some bacteria can survive in your body and can reinfect it. Do not keep the antibiotics for later, nor consume the prescription of another person.

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