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Treato results for Doxycycline and Elevated Liver Enzymes

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By Allison
February 27, 2014
Allison wrote
Doxcycline and Levaquine - Tendonitis
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By nurse with photophobia due to eye infection
January 26, 2014
nurse with photophobia due to eye infection wrote
Severe Painful Photophobia following eye surgery
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By Ay_yo_D
November 20, 2013
Ay_yo_D wrote
Sleep
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By The Momma
November 4, 2013
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Nightmares
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Kylie  |  April 4, 2014
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By Mary
August 26, 2013
Mary wrote
Doxycycine is poison!!
My neck is real read itchy and peeling then burns
Tammy henry  |  April 17, 2014
I have been taking these twice a day for almost the last month for my perioral dermititis. I did try taking them without food which is the best way for them to be more effective. However; I did notice that especially in the morning it makes me quite nauseous. You MUST drink alot of water and even if you do you may have to eat a little with them. It is a pretty powerful antibiotic and honestly one of the main issues can be dehydration which can cause all of the symptoms listed in previous post.
Larisa  |  March 24, 2014
Were you guys eating with your antibiotics? They can make you very sick on an empty stomach.
February 28, 2014
just lower your dosage i guess and eat yogurt+ drink alot of water
powmowpow  |  January 16, 2014
I was put on Doxy 1 100 mg 2 times a day. I started a heacache and nauseous feeling. Kept taking them until the 5th day. My headache was so severe, nausea was worse. I couldn't take the headache anymore. Looked up side effects of doxy and first one was a severe and unusual headache, then nausea....etc. I stopped them, drank lots of water to flush it out of me. Headache gone within a couple of days. Spoke to my dr and got a script for something different.
Whew, worst headache ever!
ChristineW  |  November 15, 2013
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