Adoxa is a tetracycline antibiotic that, combined with other medicines, is widely used for acne or certain amoeba infections treatment. It can also prevent anthrax after exposure or slow down its progress. Adoxa works by slowing the down the bacteria growth process and thus helping our immune system to destroy the bacteria.
Adoxa is normally taken orally. Usually it does not matter whether you take it with or without food; however, if you have an upset stomach, it is best to combine the Adoxa ingestion with some light warm food. To avoid possible throat irritation, wash Adoxa down with a lot of fluid. For two hours prior and after taking Adoxa do not take any multivitamins with minerals or medical preparations that contain aluminum, calcium, magnesium, bismuth or iron. If you miss a pill and it is almost time for the next dose, simply skip the dose you have missed and return to your usual dosing shedule. Taking two pills at once can be an overdose with all the expected effects.
The first symptom of an Adoxa overdose would be pseudomembranous colitis, an extremely serious form of diarrhea. Whereas mild diarrhea is a common antibiotics side effect, pseudomembranous colitis can place you in grave danger. If you have got severe diarrhea, blood stools, stomach pain or cramps, contact your doctor immediately.