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  1. Yeast infections may follow a course of antibiotics that were prescribed for another purpose. The antibiotics change the normal "balance" between organisms in the vagina by suppressing the growth of protective ...
  2. ... may infect other organs in the body. Recently, antibiotic-resistant strains of tuberculosis have appeared. With increasing ...
  3. ... the right circumstances, such as after or during antibiotics therapy, can be the cause of enterocolitis. (Image ...
  4. ... the nipple. In severe infections, abscesses may occur. Antibiotics may be indicated for treatment.
  5. ... headache and nausea. The disease is treated with antibiotics and recovery is expected.
  6. ... gonorrhea. If the strain of bacteria is not antibiotic-resistant, recovery is expected.
  7. ... trauma, surgery or infection. Long term treatment with antibiotics is often required.
  8. ... is usually a combination of drainage and prolonged antibiotic therapy.
  9. ... allergic reaction. Medications such as penicillin and other antibiotics are also to be taken with care, to ...
  10. ... debriding (excising) the dead tissue and administering systemic antibiotics.
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