Cefuroxime

Cefuroxime

Cefuroxime is an antibacterial agent that can be used for a wide range of infections caused by bacteria. Cefuroxime should not be expected to work for viral infections. This cephalosporin antibiotic needs to be taken during the entire period of the treatment.
Synonyms: Ceftin

Cefuroxime is a prescription cephalosporin antibiotic used for treating bacterial infections, including bronchitis, gonorrhea, throat infection, Lyme disease, sinus infection, skin infection, ear infection and urinary tract infection. By stopping the growth of bacteria, Cefuroxime makes sure the patient's immune system can fight off the infection successfully. Whenever you buy Cefuroxime 250 mg or 500 mg (depending on the condition being treated, your age, sex and other factors), you should be aware of all possible contraindications and potential interactions with other drugs you may be taking, especially probenecid, diuretics, anticoagulants, ulcer medicine or other antibiotics. When you buy Cefuroxime at an online pharmacy, you can usually talk to an online medial professional about any concerns you have, describing your symptoms and giving any other information that will help the doctor decide which dose you should be taking. Cefuroxime is usually taken two times a day for up to 10 days. Your doctor's recommendations may be different with all your individual factors and personal needs taken into account. When taking Cefuroxime or any other antibiotics, you need to make sure you take the entire amount of the medicine prescribed, even if you feel much better soon after beginning the treatment. You should not increase the dose without first talking to a qualified medical professional to avoid unpleasant side effects otherwise possible.

Side Effects

Some of the mild side effects Cefuroxime may cause include upset stomach, diarrhea, stomach pain and vomiting. Those are unlikely in most patients but may occur at the beginning of the treatment, disappearing soon on their own without any need for your doctor's help. If you get any side effects that seem more serious, such as wheezing, severe skin rash, hives, itching or difficulty breathing, you should contact your doctor right away.