Why use Flagyl for a bacterial infection?
Flagyl is an antimicrobial drug that has a good penetration into the tissues of the pathogens. It is effective against anaerobic bacteria, a single-celled organism that cause diseases in the abdomen. Flagyl is also effective against organisms like protozoan that causes amebiasis and trichomoniasis. You can get Flagyl here at a very affordable price.
How does Flagyl work?
Flagyl contains metronidazole as an active ingredient. It belongs to the class of drug called nitroimidazole antimicrobials. Flagyl works by killing the bacteria or the organism that causes the infections. It selectively blocks some of the functions within the cells of the bacteria and the parasite resulting in their death.
How to use Flagyl?
Take Flagyl exactly as directed by your doctor. Take this drug in full stomach to prevent stomach upset. Take it at an evenly spaced times. Continue taking this medication on the full course. Do not stop taking the medication even if the symptoms disappear. Stopping the medication may result in a return of the infection.
What are the side effects of Flagyl?
Flagyl may cause side effects along with its needed effects. Common side effects are:
- Back pain
- Blurred vision
- Eye pain
- Stiff neck
- Unusual tiredness
Less common side effects are:
- Loss of voice
- Runny nose
- Nasal congestion
- Body aches
- Blood in the urine
- Stomach pain
- Swollen glands
- Yellow eyes or skin
Some of the side effects mentioned may occur. However, they do not need medical attention. The side effects may go away during the treatment as your body adjust to the medicine.
Warning and Precautions
- Flagyl interacts with some types of food additives and alcohol. Avoid using products that contain propylene glycol and alcohol while using this product.
- This drug is not suitable for people with a history of blood disorder, seizure and nerve disorders.
- Flagyl will not treat vaginal yeast infections.
- Flagyl may make you dizzy. Avoid using machinery and driving.
- Avoid vaccines while using Flagyl.