Tetracycline 500 mg.
Tetracycline is a prescription antibiotic that can be purchased without a prescription online and is used to treat a number of infections caused by bacteria. It works by fighting the bacteria in the body. Take this drug exactly as prescribed for as long as recommended. You have to take the entire amount of tetracycline you have been prescribed even if your symptoms have improved significantly. This is important as this medicine can make you feel better before the condition has been treated completely. Make sure you tell your doctor about the fact of being allergic to tetracycline or any other antibiotics, as taking this medicine may not be completely safe for you. The following mild side effects are possible, although quite rare and do not need to be reported to your health care provider: swelling in your rectal or genital area, sores inside your mouth, mild nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach upset, trouble swallowing, and swollen tongue. You also need to be aware of more serious side effects that are possible. The following side effects are supposed to be reported to your health care provider as soon as you notice them: easy bruising or bleeding, blurred vision, dark colored urine, severe blistering, loss of appetite, confusion, red skin rash, nausea and vomiting, chills, flu symptoms, dizziness, fast heart rate, urinating less than usual, and fever. Some of these side effects can mean something has gone wrong and your treatment needs to be reconsidered - either your dose will be adjusted or some other changes can be made. Tetracycline is not supposed to be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, as there is a risk it can harm to an unborn baby. If you are trying to avoid getting pregnant using some hormonal contraceptives you need to know that this drug has been also reported to make birth control pills less effective. It's recommended to use an additional non-hormonal method of birth protection. Make sure your health care provider is aware of that fact you are taking any of the following medications at the moment of asking him for a prescription: minerals, isotretinoin, tretinoin, cholesterol-lowering medications, antacids, products that contains bismuth subsalicylate, blood thinners, or penicillin antibiotics, as these drugs can interact with tetracycline causing unpleasant health effects. Never take tetracycline past its expiry date, as you can damage your kidneys as a result. The following drugs are not supposed to be taken along with tetracycline (instead you will need to wait for at least 2 hours before starting to use them): antacids, laxatives, multivitamins, calcium supplements, and iron supplements. Never take more of tetracycline than recommended and always tell your health care provider if you think you may need a dose adjustment. Taking more of this medicine is not going to make your treatment more effective, as this is the case where the more does not necessarily mean the better. Do not give this drug to children younger than 8.