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Antibiotics can save lives, alleviate the symptoms of bacterial diseases and
accelerate recovery. But treatment with antibiotics also has side effects. For
example, you may experience nausea or diarrhea. Antibiotics are also used too
often and often incorrectly. As a result, many bacterial pathogens have become
insensitive to antibiotics. Because of the increasing resistance of the bacteria
some diseases can not be treated as well as before. You can find more info about
OTC antibiotics atwww.rxhelp4nv.org To
prevent resistance and side effects during antibiotic therapy, it is important to
Antibiotics only work against bacteria. However, many infections are caused by
viruses and can not be treated by antibiotics - for example respiratory diseases
such as cough, runny nose, bronchitis or flu.
Excessive, improper use of antibiotics leads to adverse effects and, in the
longer term, to decreasing efficacy of the agents.