How does Flagyl work?

Usage: Rosacea

How does Flagyl work?
Flagyl is a product containing metronidazole, which is used as an antibiotic and antiprotozoal. Its broad range of effects can be used to treat many types of infections, including bacterial and protozoal.

How to use Flagyl and adjust dosage?
Flagyl is an oral medication that comes in tablets and suspensions. The usual dose for adults is 400-500 mg taken three times a day. The dose will vary depending on the type of infection/condition you have.

What are the side effects of Flagyl?
Common side effects of Flagyl include nausea and vomiting, headache, and a metallic taste in the mouth.

Who should not use Flagyl?
Those who are allergic to metronidazole, nitroimidazole derivatives, or any components of their preparations
pregnant woman with trichomoniasis

Pharmacist Tip:
Avoid alcohol for three days after taking this medicine and finishing treatment, as it can enhance the effects of side effects such as abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and flushing.
Avoid exposure to sunlight or UV rays after taking this medicine.

Common taking time:
Flagyl should be taken with food to reduce stomach upset, every 8 hours (i.e. three times a day).

The information is for reference only, and the actual medication time will be adjusted according to individual circumstances.

Common possible conflicting drugs:

Anticoagulant drugs, such as Warfarin

If you are taking the above medicines, please inform your doctor or pharmacist, the dosage may need to be adjusted.

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