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Cephalosporin Antibiotic: KEFLEX


Keflex is used to treat certain bacterial infections; it is a cephalosporin antibiotic that works to fight bacteria in our body. It is belong to a group of cephalosporin antibiotics, that interfere the cell wall formation of bacteria in our body and that cause of weakening of their cell wall and kills the bacteria.
It is used to treat different kind of infections caused by bacteria including skin infections, urinary tract infections, upper respiratory infections and ear infections.
This kind of medication is only used to treat and prevent serious infections that caused by bacteria inour body.
Before taking keflex, we must know the most important information’s about it, what are these important Informations?

Before taking keflex you must consult your doctor to determine your medical conditions, there are some people who are allergic to either penicillin or cephalosporin antibiotics. If you are allergic any of this type of medication you must have to avoid it or else you asked for another medication from your physician
Only doctor can prescribe Keflex to treat any of bacterial infections, but you must consider the daily routine while taking this medication according to doctors prescribed. And you must to take recommended dosage by schedule to maintain the condition of your body. Not completing the recommended dosage schedule will result of decreasing the effectiveness of treatment, and a chance that the bacteria may resist the antibiotics.

There are some viral infection that cannot be cured by keflex, this infection are common cold and cough. But it can be treating by your self or by your doctor.
Before using keflex you must consider these important factors that may lead you to avoid negative effect that can affect your body conditions. There are some conditions that may interact with the different ingredients of Keflex.
Before using it, you must tell your doctor or healthcare if you have medical conditions as follows:
·                                If you are pregnant and or having a baby to breast feed
·                                If you are taking any non prescribed medicine like herbal supplement
·                                If you have any allergies to foods, drugs and substances
·                                If you have severe allergic reactions like rashes, hives, difficulty breathing and etc.
·                                If you have stomach problems, blood clotting problems, kidney and liver problems or poor nutrition’s.

It is really important to ask your health care provider about the medicine you take and having your check up regularly if any of the conditions above occurs.