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RatedErythromycinfor Otitis MediaReport
After having the flu I experienced a mild case of vertigo and was diagnosed with an inner ear infection. I was prescribe this medication over a 3 day period. After the 3 day period the vertigo stopped and all was well. Until about 3 days later it started having an occasional skipped heart beat, followed days later by having to be admitted into the ER for Tachycardia. If you have a history or family history of heart rhythm issues beware and let your prescribing doctor know.
Have been prescribed this for dental infection and tonsillitis as I am allergic to penicillin. Both times it caused excruciating pain in my stomach. Most recent prescribed for tonsillitis ended up having to call out of hours doctor as pain was so unbearable I couldn't move or sleep. It didn't clear tonsillitis and had to visit doctor again for new course of anti biotics. Will insist on never being prescribed these again
RatedErythromycinfor Asthma -- MaintenanceReport
The worst anti biotic! Expertise severe abdominal pain-couldn't eat or sleep because I was in so much pain. Was prescribed this for a large infection in my wisdom tooth and dentist told me to take it with ibuprofen- do not do this. This caused me so much pain that I had to be admitted into hospital!
I was probably over prescribed this drug. It used to be the only antibiotic that worked to kick my sinus/bronchitis infections. I have taken the name brand and generic for a few yrs. Since this last march between the name brand and generic ive been prescribed this drug seven times with no luck of clearing my sinus and bronchitis. On a new antibiotic.
RatedErythromycinfor Skin or Soft Tissue InfectionReport
Bad reaction with welts and red spots large all over my body. Itching like heck. Chest tightness. Went to ER for emgent treatment
RatedErythromycinfor Staphylococcus Aureus (MSSA)Report
Had a rash/ pimples across my face chest, stomach, and chest. However cleared my Skin Staph infection up quickly!
RatedErythromycinfor Diabetic GastroparesisReport
I do not have diabetes, I just have gastroparesis with no known cause. I took Reglan before this but stopped after potential future serious side effects were revealed. Erythromycin in 250 milligram doses three times a day worked better anyway. It got rid of my nausea, but I had to take it on a full stomach or else I would have pain and diarrhea. I also had minor acne and Erythromycin cleared that right up within a week. I would recommend giving this a try if you have gastroparesis and Reglan isn't working for you.
After 3 weeks of awful migraines and feeling all around horrible, my doctor prescribed this for me. After just three days, I already feel a great improvement, not fully recovered yet, but a big improvement. My doctor also gave me a daily allergy medicine to take with it. But I am confident it is the antibiotic making the difference.
Using the 333 MG for acne works okay but it caused me to have a major yeast infection! What is worse? Acne on my back or a miserable case of yeastie beasties? At this point, I think I need to put my vanity aside and just deal with the back breakouts.
Generic T-Stat Solution This stuff really does knock out cystic acne fast although you have to keep using it as long as the underlying hormone/genetic condition lasts. I get few cysts now that I am post-menopausal but I still use the erythromycin solution on any I acquire and (despite being expired for 9 years!) it still works great.
RatedErythromycinfor Bronchitis- chronicReport
Erythromycin I haven't had to take it for several years but used to have to seasonally for bronchitis. It worked well and fast when I needed it though.
Oral Erythromycin - Effective At Clearning My Acne I asked my doc fororal antibiotic treatment after years of using Aknemycin Plus (Erythromycin 4%/Tretinoin 0.025% Solution) with limited success. I initially asked for doxycycline, as I thought the bacteria were almost certainly resistant to erythromycin by now. Howver, the erythromycin treatment was effective in clearing my acne to just a few pimples. During the first weeks of treatment, my acne deteriorated dramatically, with my nose swelling painfully and embarrassingly due to huge amounts of lesions swelling inside. Once these had surfaced and ruptured, my skin seemed to improve daily from then on. I continued using Aknemycin Plus and Quinoderm (benzyol peroxide 5%/ potassium hydroxyquinoline sulphate 0.5%) topical treanments. Three weeks post-treatment and I have only three small pimples. I am now also using Retin-A over the T-zone, and Quinoderm over my nose.
RatedErythromycinfor Asthma -- MaintenanceReport
antibiotic therapy I inadvertantly stated using erythromycin a couple of years ago. My asthma symptoms were mild at the time, usually a mild tightening that would be aggravated by my running. By using 250 mg of erythromycin daily, during heavy allergy season in Phila area, my symptoms almost disappeared completely
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