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 Post subject: Antibiotics and Suboxone
PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 3:41 pm 
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Is it safe?... this one in particular is for UTI's ... and say's on the bottle "May cause dizziness". (and stay out of sun).

Just curious.

On another note, part of my previous posts as I was mentioning the aches and chills could possibly be related to a bladder/kidney infection.


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Yes, you can take antibiotics with sub. And you might be right that you were feeling crappy because of the UTI. That sucks! I hope you feel better very soon.

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Thanks hat!
It's hard not having contact with my doctor until tomorrow... so I really appreciate it.
Let's hope it all turns out well.


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What are the general principles of antibiotic therapy for nurses? I am having trouble finding this online. The scenario is that you are a nursing instructor and need to create a paper outlining the general principles of antibiotic therapy for your nursing students. So what are the principles?


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