O2 Tablets- Uses, Benefits and Side Effects
Two antibiotics are put together to make O2 tablets. It is used to treat infections caused by both bacteria and parasites. It works well to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections, including those in the teeth, lungs, digestive tract, urinary tract, and genital tract.
It’s best to take an O2 Tablet with food. Take it at a set time to make sure it works better. Do not take more than what is recommended, because it could hurt your body. If you forget to take a dose, take it as soon as you think about it. Even if you feel better, you must finish the treatment for a full recovery.
This medicine might make you feel sick, throw up, have stomach pain, lose your appetite, feel dizzy, or give you a headache. To get rid of these side effects, you should eat a healthy, well-balanced diet and drink a lot of water. Talk to your doctor right away if any of the side effects get worse. If you have any kind of allergic reaction (rashes, itching, swelling, shortness of breath, etc.), you need to go to the hospital right away.
If you have problems with your liver or kidneys, you should tell your doctor before taking this medicine. Also, let your doctor know if you are taking any medicine for a health problem. Women who are pregnant or who are nursing their babies should also talk to their doctors before taking it.
If you take this medicine, don’t drink alcohol because it can make you feel very dizzy. Usually, it doesn’t affect how well you can drive, but you shouldn’t drive if it makes you sleepy or dizzy. If you know you are allergic to the medicine, you shouldn’t use it. During treatment, it is important to get enough rest so that the medicine can work well.
Uses and Benefits of O2 Tablets
Treatment for infections caused by bacteria and parasites
The O2 Tablet is a combination medicine that can be used to treat infections caused by bacteria and parasites. It works by killing the bacteria and parasites that are causing the infection and stopping their growth.
Most of the time, this medicine makes you feel better pretty quickly. But you should keep taking it as long as your doctor tells you to, even if you feel better.
This is to make sure that all bacteria and parasites are killed and that they don’t get used to the medicine and become resistant.
Side effects of O2 Tablets
Most side effects don’t need medical help and go away as your body gets used to the drug. Talk to your doctor if they keep happening or if they worry you.
SIDE Effects of O2 tablets that happen often
Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping)
How to take O2 Tablets?
Your doctor will tell you how much and for how long to take this medicine. Take it all at once. Do not chew on it, break it, or crush it. Take an O2 Tablet with food.
How O2 Tablets Work?
Ofloxacin and Ornidazole are two antibiotics that are both in O2 Tablet. Ofloxacin kills bacteria by stopping their cells from dividing and repairing themselves. This stops the bacteria from spreading. Ornidazole destroys the DNA of parasites and anaerobic bacteria that cause infections. Together, they work well to treat your infection.
It is dangerous to drink alcohol while taking O2 tablets.
Pregnancy-CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
If you are pregnant, you might not want to use O2 tablets. Even though there aren’t many studies on humans, studies on animals have shown that it’s bad for a baby’s development. Before giving it to you, your doctor will think about the pros and cons. Please consult your doctor.
Breastfeeding-CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
There is no information about how to use O2 tablets while breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor.
The side effects of O2 Tablet could make it hard for you to drive.
Kidney-SAFE TO TAKE AS DIRECTED
It is likely safe for people with kidney disease to take O2 tablets. Only a small amount of information is available, but it seems that these patients may not need to change the dose of O2 tablets. Please consult your doctor.
People with liver disease should be careful when taking O2 tablets. O2 Tablet may need to have its dose changed. Please consult your doctor.
What if I miss a Dose of O2 Tablets
If you forget to take an O2 Tablet dose, take it as soon as you can. But if your next dose is almost due, skip the one you missed and go back to your regular schedule. Don’t take twice as much.
Q. What’s an O2 Tablet?
Ofloxacin and Ornidazole are the two medicines that makeup O2 Tablets. They work by killing harmful microorganisms that can cause infections. Together, they help you get better from your infection.
Q. Is using an O2 Tablet safe?
Most patients can take O2 tablets safely. Some patients may experience common side effects like nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, heartburn, and other uncommon or rare side effects. Talk to your doctor if you have any problems that don’t go away while taking this medicine.
Q: Are there any specific reasons why you shouldn’t use the O2 Tablet?
Patients who are allergic to ofloxacin, ornidazole, or any antibiotic in the quinolone or nitroimidazole groups should not take O2 tablets.
Q: Can I take more of this medicine than the recommended amount?
No, if you take more than the recommended amount of O2 Tablet, you may be more likely to have side effects. If your symptoms are getting worse and the recommended doses aren’t helping, you should talk to your doctor to get a second opinion.
Q. Can I drink alcohol while I’m taking an O2 tablet?
You shouldn’t drink alcohol because it could make the dizziness and sleepiness that O2 tablets cause worse. If you don’t know how the medicine will make you feel, talk to your doctor.
Q. What if the O2 Tablet doesn’t help me feel better?
Talk to your doctor if you don’t feel better after you’ve taken all of your medicine. Tell him as well if his symptoms get worse while he is taking this medicine.
Q. If I feel better, can I stop taking the O2 Tablet?
Even if you feel better, don’t stop taking the O2 Tablet. Finish the full course of treatment. It’s possible that your symptoms will get better before the infection is completely gone.
Q. What if I forget to take it?
As soon as you remember, take an O2 Tablet. But don’t take it if your next dose is coming up soon. Also, do not take an extra dose to compensate for your missed dose.
Q. What should I do with the O2 tablets after I’m done with them?
Keep this medicine in the tight-closing bottle or pack it came in. Follow the instructions on the package or label for how to store it. Throw away the medicine you haven’t used. Make sure that pets, kids, and other people don’t eat it.
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