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Tinidazole is recommended for people who suffer from particular bacterial and parasitic infections.

Being an antibiotic and antiprotozoal the drug destroys sensitive bacteria and parasites.

Questions about the medicine arising ask your doctor or other specialist for advice.
You cannot share the drug with the people who have no prescription for it.
If you don't feel better or if the symptoms worsen you should refer to professional help.

This information is a general overview of this drug. For further information and details you should refer to your doctor or a pharmacist.

Tinidazole can't be taken by those with allergy to some ingredient containing in the pills. The drug is inappropriate for people suffering from such blood disease as porphyria. The same precaution is relevant for pregnant women (first 3 months), for the patients using astemizole, cisapride, as well as busulfan and terfenadine. Those who have been taking disulfiram in the last 2 weeks also cannot use Tinidazole.

You ought to inform your doctor if you fall into the group mentioned above.

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