quitig antibiotic use

quitig antibiotic use

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the creatures we now call these bacteria reproduce by copying their dna. antibiotics also inhibit new dna or dna synthesis (bacteriostatic) or kill bacteria (bacterioside). of course, it depends on the dose of the antibiotic, the way the doctor takes it, etc. it takes 20 hours in 2 doses. in other words, it is necessary to drink a bottle of the antibiotic for 1 week, while it is not necessary to finish the antibiotic treatment in 4-5 days by shortening the hours. unfinished antibiotic treatment develops resistance in bacteria in your body. if "i left this halfway, but i'm healed now where is the resistance?" you are not the only person to say this. one day a bacterium that someone else gives resistance can make you seriously ill for nothing.

if the whole box is not finished, the microbe can wait on the side and take advantage of a moment when the body is weak and the transformation may recur as magnificent.

if there will be a frequent drinking activity on the weekend and the antibiotic treatment ends on monday; the fight against bacteria and microbes can be accelerated without cessation of treatment, but by shortening the duration of taking the medication (6 instead of 8, 4 hours instead of 6).


why only one university has an opinion, but thousands of other universities providing medical education do not have opinions on this issue.
don't worry, they'll easily refute this hypothesis soon, i'm sure.


for example, if he has a terrible diarrhea, the treatment can be interrupted by asking your doctor. if this is a compulsory situation, of course you should go to the end.


i haven't finished any antibiotics so far, it was enough to come halfway most of the time, it is necessary to finish it or not, it should be researched well.


i don't find it absolutely logical.

reason: in microbial infections, halting antibiotic treatment without reducing the number of microorganisms in the body negatively affects the treatment.
in addition, repeated quitting in this way will cause the microorganism to easily develop resistance to antibiotics in the future, and other individuals in the society will be life-threatening against these microbes.


not much harmful, according to a study published in the british medical journal, aka bmj.

- link to the scientific study
- turkish source

"the perception that discontinuing antibiotic therapy will create bacterial resistance is a misconception based on little evidence," martin j llewelyn and his team, professor of infectious diseases at the university of sussex, said in a new study published in bmj.

the researchers found new evidence in their studies on antibiotic duration, clinical efficacy and resistance; he emphasized that politicians, educators and doctors should stop saying “complete the treatment even if you feel good”. stating that antibiotic resistance is a threat to human health globally, the team said with very little evidence-based information that antibiotics are used longer than necessary and this has a greater effect on the development of antibiotic resistance. "they are over-treated for fear of under-treatment, setting durations for antibiotics, but there is little evidence that the recommended use times are minimal." gave place to his words.

prof. dr. llewelyn stated that the use of antibiotics for any reason activates antibiotic-sensitive species in the commensal flora in the skin and intestines, making resistant species ready to cause future infections by transferring genes to these bacteria. “the longer the use of antibiotics, the more doors will be opened to these ready-to-use bacteria. these opportunistic pathogens receive the required resistance genes from asymptomatic carriers rather than from resistant strains in diseased humans. also, many of the genes that confer resistance can easily switch between bacterial strains or species. llewelyn stated that the antibiotic selected for a particular disease causes resistance to bacteria of other species and breeds without realizing it. "


this is the reason why scientists say, "in 10 years, 80% of today's antibiotics will not work on humans." because bacteria gain resistance because of antibiotics left unfinished. i am writing these lines at a moment when my mouth is not closing due to the swelling of my ear while i have a very severe otitis media. for example, augmentin doesn't work for me because i am a donkey and the reason for my donkey is the very thing in this title.


a stupid behavior. a specialist doctor gave you that drug with the aim of lowering the high level of infection, why do you go and interrupt your treatment, i don't understand people's desire to live in pain.

contrary to what is known, there are no strong studies and findings in the literature that discontinuing antibiotic treatment strengthens bacteria or viruses in the body.

although antibiotics have many side effects, unnecessarily excessive use of this antibiotic you have to use can also harm the person.

the human body itself has to try and eat bacteria, so i don't think that the antibiotic left halfway is harmful.

it has been mentioned that a person with throat infections frequently quits antibiotics and suffers from inflammatory joint rheumatism, but the already untreatable throat infection is a harbinger of inflammatory joint rheumatism.
throat infection should be treated well, but i do not know if this is the way to end the antibiotics.


not recommended action due to the possibility of bacteria gaining immunity against antibiotics by a counter attack.