Aug 23, 2019

Take Metronidazole

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Your doctor may prescribe metronidazole for bacterial or parasitic infections, including trichomoniasis (trich), bacterial vaginosis (BV), or rosacea. If you are suffering from any of these conditions, talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of metronidazole first. While it is usually highly effective, metronidazole can also cause unpleasant side effects. Finally, you should not take metronidazole if you are pregnant, have liver problems, or believe that you will be unable to stop drinking alcohol for the course of the treatment.
 
Your doctor may prescribe metronidazole for bacterial or parasitic infections, including trichomoniasis (trich), bacterial vaginosis (BV), or rosacea. If you are suffering from any of these conditions, talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of metronidazole first. While it is usually highly effective, metronidazole can also cause unpleasant side effects. Finally, you should not take metronidazole if you are pregnant, have liver problems, or believe that you will be unable to stop drinking alcohol for the course of the treatment.
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