The antibiotic Sumycin
Antibiotics are perhaps one of the most common drugs to be prescribed, as they have so many uses within the human body. Sumycin is an antibiotic which covers many of the uses of normal treatments, and can be applied to those who have infections of the urinary tract and stomach, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and bacteria within the digestive system.
Those who have grown up in a normal household will have come into contact with antibiotics at some point. Normally these will come in a dose that covers a few weeks, and has one or two pills to take each day, although this can sometimes be more if the infection is a particularly persistent one. Sumycin is prescribed for situations where the bacteria is likely strong and drug-resistant, and can be used to successfully control even the most dangerous of infectious outbreaks.
One such treatment that can call for the prescription of Sumycin is gonorrhea, which is a particularly nasty disease that can be resistant to most treatments. It is an almost silent disease meaning that the symptoms can sometimes only show after months of incubation, and once the STI is within the bloodstream, it can be very hard to cure. Luckily, antibiotics such as Sumycin can help cure this STI and make sure that the individual does not have any trace of it left to infect the rest of the body.
One of the main benefits of antibiotics is that they have very few side effects or lasting effects from taking them. On some occasions other infections can occur where the antibiotics have lowered the level of healthy bacteria in the body, leaving the system with little energy to fight of bacteria entering the body that normally would not cause any problems. Many people notice an increase in instances of tonsillitis, cystitis and other irritations as a result of taking antibiotics, although this is more likely caused when the body is exposed to a series of antibiotics over time. Normally the body will gradually build its tolerance to bacteria back up over time, so this is only a slight side effect of taking these.
Specifically to Sumycin, side effects include fever-like symptoms and dizziness and confusion. Some people will feel sluggish and sick as their body gets used to the dose and there may be some extra bruising where the skin is a little more fragile to bumps. Those who have milder side effects might notice itching in and around the vaginal area, sore throat and problems that feel like the start of a fever, ulcers and sore patches on the inside of the mouth and some stomach pains and general digestive discomfort. These should usually subside fairly quickly, but it is always worth checking these out with a doctor first to make sure they are not a sign of something more serious happening within the body.
For those who experience tonsil problems or infections as a side effect of taking Sumycin or any other antibiotics, further courses of antibiotics may not be prescribed. Instead, other medications or even more natural remedies such as cranberry juice may be suggested to give the body a chance to build back up its own immune system to this bacteria. During this time the doctor may also suggest dietary changes that may include avoiding food triggers that can cause flair ups of certain conditions, and other drugs may be suggested to encourage a regeneration of good bacteria within the body. During this time it may be suggested to drink yoghurt mixes that contain special friendly bacteria to help give the body a boost so it can regenerate a little quicker.