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Fight bacterial infections with antibiotics

Antibiotics are drugs that are used for the treatment of bacterial infections. These are sometimes also used as an antidote for fungal infections. Use of antibiotic is only first aid and is not expected to treat a serious wound or disease. There are several antibiotics sold over the counter (OTC) online.
Immune system

How do antibiotics work?

Our body has a defense mechanism to fight the diseases. The white blood cells are the soldiers who help us fight the infections. Bacteria, which are micro-organisms, sometimes attack the body and create illnesses. Our immune system tries to fight back but sometimes, it may need some external help through antibiotics.

Antibiotics perform two activities in the body:

  1. Kill the bacteria;
  2. Prevent the growth of bacteria.

How to use antibiotics?

Antibiotics are generally taken orally as tablets but are also available in the form of injections or ointment that can be directly applied to the affected area. If you are not completely aware of the situation, it is always recommended to consult a doctor before using any medicines.

Antibiotics show their effect within four to five hours of usage but if you are using an antibiotic for diseases caused by viruses like cold or flu, it will only worsen the situation. Some antibiotics are recommended to be taken after a meal while others are taken before a meal. Depending on the kind of antibiotic being used, you may also be instructed to keep away from certain forms of food to ensure that the antibiotic works. For example, if you are taking tetracyclines, you will be asked to limit the intake of dairy products.

Antibiotics are used to prevent bacterial infections. It is important to identify whether the symptoms are bacterial or viral since antibiotics do not work on viruses.


Taking an excessive dose of an antibiotic can aggravate the disease. Few of the negative reactions include:

  • Bacteria can become resistant to an antibiotic;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Kidney stones;
  • Fungal infections;
  • Allergic reactions (skin rash, difficulty breathing, swollen face, tongue, lips)


You should be consulting a doctor before taking an antibiotic if you are going through any of the following:

  • Already on a medication. Taking an antibiotic while on other medication may cause the antibiotic to interact with other drugs causing side effects;
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding;
  • If you have reduced liver function.


Antibiotics are easily available in the market or through Trusted Tablets. Our products are available at reasonable prices and most of the times with a good range of discount compared to other online websites.