Ridzol 400 mg
Metronidazole belongs to a class of medicines called nitroimidazole antibiotics and it is effective against a wide range of bacteria and protozoa by destroying these microorganisms.
Ridzol comes as tablets, which are swallowed whole together with a full glass of water, either after eating or during a meal. The exact dosage varies, and your doctor will tell you how much to take, as well as how long treatment will last. Patients treating urogenital trichomoniasis may be told to take 200 mg 3 times per day (or else 400 mg twice per day) for a period of 7 days. Acute dental infections may require 3 to 7 days of treatment, with 200 mg taken 3 times per day. Other conditions may require different doses, and you must consult your doctor to determine the correct dosage. treats the infection.
Doctors may prescribe Ridzol to treat vaginal trichomas, as well as treating infections caused by entamoeba histolytica (which can lead to amoebic dysentery). Other conditions treated include bone infections, pneumonia, pelvic cellulitis and many other different types of bacterial and protozoal infections.
Ridzol may cause unwanted side effects such as: appetite loss, taste changes, darkening of urine, pain in the stomach, swelling of the tongue.
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