Keflex is a medicine that is used to fight bacteria in the body.Keflex works by interfering with the cell formation of bacteria causing it to rapture and kill the bacteria. Keflex is used to treat infections that have been caused by bacteria and other uses depending with the medical guide that you are given by your doctor.
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Keflex is used in the treatment of a wide variety of bacterial infections. This medicine is known as Cephalosporin antibiotic and is used to stop the bacteria from growing. Keflex might not be useful for other viral infections like the common cold and influenza. Keflex is indicated for the treatment of the following infections when caused by strains of the designated microorganisms; respiratory tract infection, otitis media, skin and structure infection, infections of the bone and other bacterial infections that has been caused by streptococcus.
- Bacterial infections
Keflex dosage is dependent on the individual that it is being administered to. The following dosage is an average dose and could differ among individuals. Follow your medical professional"s directions for best results.
- The recommended dose ranges from 250 mg- 2000 mg per dose.
- This should be taken after every 6 hours for a period of 10- 14 days.
- Although in some condition this medication can be taken for 4 -6 weeks.
Keflex Side Effects
Like any other drug, Keflex may cause side effects. You should contact your doctor if you suffer any severe side effects. Below you will find a list of common side effects. Note that not all possible side effects are listed here.
- Stomach pain
- Symptoms of cold
- Yellowish of the eye and skin
- Change in vision
- Mood change
- Excessive hunger and thirst
- Sweating for no reason
- Feeling tires
- Tarry stool
- Cloudy urine
Like any other drug, Keflex may interact with other drugs and substances. You should consult with your doctor or medical professional before adding any new medication, including over the counter drugs. Below is a list of drugs that have been known to interact with Keflex. Note that this list does not include all possible drug interactions.
- Live vaccines
- birth control medication
- other antibiotics