Flagyl Action Mechanism
The main goal of Flagyl is to inactivate bacterial enzymes as well as fragment the bacterial DNA. Flagyl carries out this action only after its selective absorption by protozoa and anaerobic microbes and forming unstable chemical compounds.
A 750 mg of Flagyl is the standard prescribed dosage for effective action execution and be taken three times a day for 5 to 10 days. While for treatment of trichomoniasis a dosage of 250mg for three times a day for at least a week or 2 grams for 1 day are recommended.
The ability of Flagyl to make you free from wide range of bacterial infections long with protozoan diseases has made it the most preferred antibiotic medicament.
If you suffer from blood disorders, seizures and kidney or liver ailments or are allergic to any of its components than kindly avoid taking Flagyl. Also pregnant (or planning to become pregnant), breastfeeding or alcoholic individuals do not think to take the help of Flagyl for treating their medical complication.
Flagyl Side effects
Side effects of Flagyl that are generally observed include diarrhea, loss of balance, stomach pain, fatigue or dizziness, unpleasant metallic taste, dry mouth and cold symptoms such as cough, stuffy or runny nose and sneezing.
While usually reported serious side effects of Flagyl include increased sensitivity to light, bloody or watery stools, seizures, behavior or mood changes, drowsiness and severe skin reactions such as skin rash or itching.