Antibiotics should be used only under the supervision of doctors

Antibiotics should be used only under the supervision of doctors
Antibiotics are antimicrobial substances that are active against bacteria. In simple terms, they are the most common type of antibacterial agent used to treat infections caused by bacteria. They are drugs that treat bacterial infections in humans by either killing the bacteria or making it difficult for the bacteria to grow and multiply.
Specific antibiotics are effective against specific infections or bacteria; however, they do not work against all bacterial or viral, or fungal infections. All medicines, including antibiotics, have side effects. This is the reason why their requirement or dosage needs to be changed depending on one's body system, such as kidney function and liver function. It has also been observed that when the infection is severe, each hour spent waiting for appropriate antibiotic treatment increases the risk of death.
 
Symptoms of indiscriminate use, and treatment
Anyone experiencing symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, rash, difficulty breathing, or dizziness after taking antibiotics should seek immediate medical attention. Treatment will vary from person to person, antibiotic to antibiotic, and infection to infection.
 
The disadvantage of taking antibiotics indiscriminately is that the treatment will be ineffective. While people will believe that they are treating their illness by taking antibiotics, inappropriate antibiotics, or inadequate doses, will make things worse.
 
If an ineffective or inappropriate antibiotic is used, bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics will multiply. Instead of killing the bacteria, the antibiotics will cause the bacteria to multiply, so the person taking the pills may become more ill than before ingesting the pills. It can also cause blockage in the intestines.
 
Any pill can cause problems as the composition, dosage, and side effects of each pill are different. That's why a person should not eat antibiotics without the advice of a doctor. Instead of helping, they can seriously harm a person. Since the general public lacks proper knowledge about the drugs, it is advised that antibiotics are consumed only after consulting a doctor.
 
The infection for which the drugs were taken can recur and the bone marrow – which produces the blood cells, and platelets – can be suppressed by the many antibiotics if not aware of them. Antibiotics can also cause antibiotic-induced diarrhea and damage the kidneys.
 
Do not put the life or lives of immediate family at risk by unnecessary use of antibiotics; Doing so can not only create antibiotic resistance in bacteria but also increase the risk of infection to family members and the community.
Regarding the information given in the article, we do not claim that it is completely true and accurate. Before adopting them, do take the advice of an expert in the concerned field.

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