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So this week I started two antibiotics one for a skin infection and one for a UTI which both happened to appear at the same time. The doctor took a urine sample and swabs just to make sure and I hadn’t heard back so assumed all was just the same. I had a call this morning from another nurse telling me I need to go on a 3rd antibiotic for a water infection for the bacteria. I need to keep taking the other Medici already have. I’m just so confused as too why I need a 3rd antibiotic and if something is very wrong with me? How can three medications be good for me.
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I'm not a doctor so I'm not going to pretend I know the exact answer. Different antibiotics work in different ways and different illnesses are targeted and treated differently so I presume that's why. If you have big concerns I'd ask your doctor or a pharmacist.
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Why didn't you ask the nurse when she called you?
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