Biseptol is a combined antimicrobiala drug that is prescribed for the treatment of various infections (skin diseases, respiratory and digestive system diseases, and infections of the reproductive system).
In what cases can I take Biseptol? Let's consider this article.
Active substances in the drugfunds - sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim. The first component is aimed at blocking the synthesis of folic acid. In this case, the bacterial cell is deprived of the possibility of division. The second substance enhances the action of the first component.
The drug reaches the required concentration one to two hours after its administration and is kept in the body for up to seven hours.
Biseptol is available in the form of tablets, syrup, and also concentrate for injections.
Despite the broad spectrum of the drug, it is important to know about existing contraindications:
Often Biseptol is well tolerated by the body. However, the following reactions of the organism are not excluded:
With regard to exceeding the permissible standards for the acceptance of funds, the following reactions are possible:
Take the drug after eating. In this case, the product should be washed down with plenty of water. Also, you need to consume enough fluids during the treatment period (at least two liters per day).
It is recommended to exclude peas, beans, beets, fat cheese, meat, dried fruits and pastries from the diet. It is strictly forbidden to drink alcohol.
If the course of treatment is more than five to seven days, then you need to take folic acid (up to 10 milligrams a day).
If therapy exceeds a month, regular blood donation for analysis is recommended (to avoid changes in blood cells).
During treatment it is required to limit stay in the sun (including to exclude visiting of a sun deck).
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