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Flagyl is available to buy online in the USA and Canada

You can buy over the counter (otc) antibiotics like Flagyl online, delivered directly to your door! Canadian prices are per pill and with frequent sales and discounts available. It really is the cheapest and best way to buy medications in the USA and Canada.

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What is Flagyl?

Flagyl is the brand name for Metronidazole, a generic antibiotic. It’s usually used to treat bacterial infections of the vagina, skin, joints, stomach, and lungs. It’s also used for the sexually transmitted disease Trichomoniasis.

It can’t be used to treat viral infections, coughs, colds, or thrush.

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Can anyone take Flagyl?

Anyone with any of the conditions listed below should contact a health care professional before taking Flagyl:

  • Liver disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Cockayne syndrome
  • Stomach/intestinal diseases
  • Blood cell disorders including anaemia
  • Nerve disorders
  • Heart disease
  • Fungal or yeast infections
  • Allergic reactions to antibiotics or Metronidazole.

Pregnant women, women trying to conceive, or those who are breastfeeding must also speak to their health care professional before taking Flagyl.

This medication should not be given to children without speaking to your pediatrician.

How do you take Flagyl?

Flagyl comes in tablet form and should be taken with water. The tablets shouldn’t be crushed or broken. You should take the full, recommended course of tablets and follow any instructions given. Even if you’re feeling better, you should take all of the medicine you’ve been advised to.

You should take the medicine at regular times, spaced evenly throughout the day.

You shouldn’t skip doses, stop taking the medicine early or take more than the recommended amount. You should not share this medicine with others.

If you’re taking Flagyl to treat a bacterial vaginal infection or a sexually transmitted disease, your sexual partner should seek advice about whether they should also be treated.

How quickly will Flagyl work?

Depending on the type of infection and how severe it is, Flagyl usually starts working quickly, most people start to see improvements within the first 48 hours of taking Flagyl.

How much Flagyl do I take?

This depends on what you’re taking it for, sometimes you can take a one-off dose, but it’s more likely you’ll be advised to take a 7 to 10-day course. For more severe infections you may need to take it for longer.

What if I miss a dose of Flagyl?

Don’t worry! If you miss a dose, take it once you’ve remembered. If it’s not long until your next dose, just skip the dose – don’t take a double dose.

Is there anything I should avoid when taking Flagyl?

While taking Flagyl you should not drink alcohol or eat or drink anything that might contain alcohol. You should avoid alcohol for up to three days after you’ve finished taking Flagyl.

Drinking alcohol while taking Flagyl is likely to make you feel unwell and can cause dizzy spells, hot flushes, nausea, stomach pains and headaches.

If you’re using Flagyl to treat a sexually transmitted disease, you should avoid sexual contact until the treatment is finished.

Can I take other medications with Flagyl?

Some medications will interact with Flagyl, this can impact the effectiveness of the medications and could have adverse effects.

If you take any of the following medications, you must seek advice from a health care professional before taking Flagyl:

  • Disulfiram (Antabuse) – in the last 14 days.
  • Antidepressant medications such as Sertraline.
  • Antipsychotic medications including Lithium.
  • Amprenavir Oral Solution.
  • Ritonavir Oral Solution.
  • Cimetidine
  • Phenobarbital
  • Phenytoin
  • Blood thinning medications including Warfarin.
  • Medications used to treat cancer such as Paclitaxel injections.
  • Other antibiotics including sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim injections.
  • Medications to treat heart and blood pressure issues.
  • Medications to treat asthma.

This list is not exhaustive, so you should always tell your health care providers about any medications you are taking, including over-the-counter medications, herbal medications, and supplements, non-prescription drugs and dietary medications and supplements.

Are there are side effects from taking Flagyl?

Side effects are rare, when they do occur, they are more likely to affect older adults.

Side effects that are more commonly reported include:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness or weakness
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Stomach pain
  • Diarrhoea or constipation
  • An unpleasant metallic taste
  • Trouble sleeping or drowsiness
  • Mood changes

These side effects don’t need to be reported to your health care provider unless they are stopping you from doing the things you normally would.

If you are feeling dizzy, weak, drowsy or lightheaded after taking this medication, you should avoid driving or using machinery.

There is a small risk of some more serious but less common side effects. These should be reported to your health care provider as soon as possible:

  • A high temperature or signs that the infection is getting worse
  • Feeling unusually weak or tired
  • Pain when passing urine
  • Vaginal irritation or discharge (that is worse than before taking the medication or wasn’t present before taking the medication)
  • Dark or white patches in your mouth
  • Blisters or ulcers in your mouth
  • Swollen gums or difficulty swallowing
  • Confusion or clumsiness.

In rare cases, serious neurological side effects have been reported. If you experience any of the following, stop taking the medication immediately and seek medical advice right away:

  • Numbness, tingling or pain or weakness in your hands or feet
  • Pain behind your eyes or vision problems
  • Problems speaking or understanding what is being said to you
  • Muscle weakness or problems with coordination
  • Seizures

You should seek emergency medical help if you have any signs of an allergic reaction to the medication such as:

  • Severe red or purple skin rash; hives, blisters or itching
  • Swelling of your face or mouth including your throat, tongue or lips
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Dry or painful mouth or vagina
  • Joint pain or painful skin
  • Burning eyes or skin

Where should I keep Flagyl?

Flagyl should be kept at room temperature (below 77°F) and away from direct sunlight. All medicines should be kept out of reach of children. The container should be kept closed. Any medicines past the expiration date should be returned to a pharmacy to be disposed of.

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