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Antibiotics: harm and benefits

When is antibiotic prohibited?

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  • Antibiotics cannot be taken with alcohol. Not only does it reduce the effect of the drug, but it also gives an additional load on the liver.

  • You can’t take together antibiotics and absorbents (maalox, almagel, activated carbon and others). They markedly reduce the effect of antibiotics.

  • You cannot take antibiotics with blood thinners (aspirin). This increases the risk of bleeding.

  • With other antibiotics , it will simply poison the body.

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