One of the side effects of antibiotics are disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. Manifest as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea or constipation. These side effects occur immediately after the medication pass and some time after suction. They are associated with the irritating effect of the pharmacological agent on the mucosa of the digestive tract. If after each medication you are concerned about these symptoms, replace to another drug, preferably in the form of injections.
A fairly typical side effects from taking antibiotics is intestinal dysbiosis. It is connected with the fact that in addition to the destruction of pathogenic bacteria under the influence of the drug killed the beneficial microflora, which provides a cohesive process of digestion. Dysbacteriosis is manifested in the form of constipation or diarrhea, bloating and discomfort. Unlike simple reactions of the gastrointestinal tract, these phenomena occur much later, often after the course of treatment. To avoid such reactions during antibiotic treatment, take the drugs, which include live lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. In addition, drink yogurt, yogurt or fermented baked milk on an empty stomach, 1 glass 3 times a day.
Often when antibiotics there are allergic reactions of various severity, from urticaria to anaphylactic shock. Itching, redness and skin rash may occur on the second day of treatment. Later manifest as dermatitis and eczema, 2 weeks after the start of the reception. If after treatment you have discovered the manifestations of allergic reactions, immediately discontinue the drug and replace it with a drug from another group of antibiotics. In addition, start taking antihistamines to eliminate the consequences of an allergic reaction.
Another common side effect of antibiotics is the occurrence of vaginal candidiasis. Antibiotics suppress normal flora and cause active reproduction of Candida fungus, which has no sensitivity to antibiotics. If after some time after the treatment the symptoms of candidiasis like itching and cheesy discharge from the genital tract, start taking antifungal drugs. Most effective would be local treatment, such means are in the form of vaginal suppositories. To prevent such side effects antifungal medications take concurrently with antibiotics.