In some cases, taking antibiotics is necessary for recovery. But it should be remembered that self-medication can adversely affect the state of the body. When antibiotics are prohibited and how to use the medicine correctly, read on.
Do not use antibiotics to prevent bacterial complications.
An antibiotic should be used when a bacterial infection is already present, and not for its prevention.
Using antibiotics for prevention , you will kill many bacteria that compete with each other, and leave few that will lead to complications . Prophylactic antibiotics for viral infections are 9 times more likely to cause complications than treatment without antibiotics!
Thus, trying to protect yourself or your child from complications and taking antibiotics, you only get worse – complications when taking antibiotics will occur much more often.