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Indications for the usage:

• The drug Erythromycin is a macrolide antibiotic used for treating or preventing bacterial infections, including pneumonia, acne vulgaris, skin and/or soft tissue infections, pelvic inflammatory diseases, skin and/or structure conditions, Lyme disease, and acne.

• It can also be used in treating of bronchitis, amebiasis, upper respiratory tract infections, and chlamydia.

Dosage and the administration:

• An adult is expected to consume 250 mg every six hours, four times each day. Alternatively, 333 mg and 500 mg can be taken every eight and twelve hours, respectively. However, this dosage may vary depending on your body. This is why you must receive a prescription from your GP for this medication.

• It can be taken with or without eating but allow a minimum of thirty minutes to two hours before your next meal.

• For children, the required dose is 30 to 50 mg per kilogram of body weight.

• Avoid double-dosage. In case you missed one, you should only make up for this drug if there’s still time before your next portion.

• Avoid to divide or chew the capsules – consume them entire with a cup of liquid.

Dosage and forms of strengths:

Erythromycin tablets 250mg, 330mg, 400mg, and 500mg
Clinical experience:
An overdosage might be identified by diarrhea, vomiting, and mild to severe stomach cramps. Stop misusing it and attempt to eliminate any unabsorbed portion of the drug.

Management of overdose:
If an overdosage of Erythromycin is used, contact Poison Control online, call 1-800-222-1222, or seek local medicine assistance.

• If you are consuming Simvastatin, Mizolastine, Amisulpride, Tolterodine, terfenadine, Anticoagulants, or Terfenadine, these are chances of contraindication.

• You should also avoid medications containing Erythromycin and other antibiotics in the macrolide family if you suffer from hypersensitivity. Otherwise, you may experience symptoms of an allergic reaction which are included itching, hives, and/or other inflammatory skin conditions.

• Respiratory difficulties may also occur.

• People with heart rhythm difficulties, hypokalemia, hypomagnesia, liver disease, congestive heart failure, and myasthenia grave may worsen their conditions using Erythromycin.

Warnings and other precautions:
• Erythromycin may cause hepatic dysfunction, increasing liver enzymes, cholestatic hepatitis, and jaundice.

• Contrary to popular beliefs, Erythromycin lacks the potency to reach the fetus to treat or prevent congenital syphilis.

• Rhabdomyolysis, or the condition where damaged skeletal muscles break down faster, is also a precaution when it was consumed with lovastatin. This might also be accompanied by renal impairment.

• Curing infections with antibiotics increases the growing of the bacteria clostriodes difficile in human colon. This caused an inflammatory condition called pseudomembranous colitis, which caused nausea, stomach cramping or tenderness, pus or mucus in stool, and fever.

• If it’s a mild case of pseudomembranous colitis, discontinuing the consume of Erythromycin might halt the secondary effects. However, fluids and electrolytes, antibacterial drugs, and protein supplementation may be needed when combatting the severe state.

• In toddlers, the immalations of infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis after Erythromycin consumption are on rise. This condition is characterized by an almost-complete gastric outlet obstruction, which causes forceful vomiting.

• However, GPs prescribe this medication to treat conditions like chlamydia trachomatis infections or pertussis in toddlers. In most cases, the positive results and risks are weighed before administration.

• Consuming Erythromycin for an extended period may increase your resistance. It also causes an overgrowth of bacteria and/or fungi that leads to superinfection.

Adverse reactions; side effects:
Some adverse reactions or secondary effects of Erythromycin are included:

• Vomiting
• Abdominal pains
• Appetite loss
• Dizziness
• Diarrhea
• Fatigue
• Mild itching
• Vaginal itching
• An allergic reactions
• Accelerated heartbeat
• Headache, etc.

Reach out to your FDA to report fillings or confirmed signs of adverse effects of this medication.

Drug interactions:
Erythromycin interacts with some medications and some fruits and foods. These interactions might minimize the effectiveness or alter the drug’s work, so talk to your GP before starting your dose.

Some common medications which interact with Erythromycin are included:

• Alteplase: You should avoid consuming Erythromycin with Alteplase because it causes the risk of bleeding.

• Alogliptin, Almotriptan, Aliskiren, and Alosetron: Erythromycin interacts with them and minimizes the metabolism from these medications.

• Astemizole, Bepridil, Cisapride, Amantadine, Lomitapide, Lovastatin, Mesoridazine, and Pimozide are other medications Erythromycin may increase.

As always, your GP understands your condition well and must have a good reason for recommending this medication. But you must also play your part by telling them the other drugs you’re using momentarily.

Food and/or drink contradictions
Grapefruit and its products shouldn’t be consumed with Erythromycin tablets. Alcohol and/or tobacco might also elicit undesirable effects when taken with this medicine.

Consume in specific populations:

Erythromycin is perfectly safe for consumption during gravidance. But your doc must be aware that you’re consuming this medicine.

It is best to alert the GP if you are breastfeeding because the medication may pass from breast milk to a baby and harm them.

Patient counseling information:

General details
• It is best to take your pills according to the prescription. This includes following the dose faithfully and reporting to the right channel when there’s an overdose.

• Avoid taking two doses at once.

• It is not your place to share your prescription or medication with someone who has seemingly similar conditions.

• Opening up about the other medications you’re using is also best, so your GP can know if Erythromycin is right for you.

• Dispose of Erythromycin if the date printed on the label has lapsed. You can do this by taking the pills to your local pharmacists for safer disposal.

• Antibiotics cause diarrhea, sometimes an indication of a new infection. If there are signs of blood or you’re passing watery stool, reach out to your GP. But discontinue use first.

Erythromycin cannot be used to treat viral infections like the common cold or flu; it is more effective for bacterial infections.

And note that discontinuing use before completing your dosage exposes you to a more resistant strain of bacteria. It also decreases the effectiveness of antibiotics.