What Does It Do?
Erythromycin component in Erythrocin Stearate is used for the treatment of a wide variety of bacterial infections. This medicine is also used for preventing various bacterial infections. Erythromycin component in the medicine is known to be a macrolide antibiotic. This medicine restricts the growth of bacteria. It helps in treating or preventing bacterial infections well. The medicine does not work for viral infections (including common cold, flu). Using any antibiotic when it is not needed for causing it to not work for the future infections.
Erythromycin composed medicine Erythrocin Stearate is known to be a type of medicine known as macrolide antibiotic. This medication works well by stopping bacteria from producing essential proteins. Without the proteins the bacteria fail to grow, replicate, and increase in numbers. This shall all help in clearing up the infection.
This component in the pill is known to be a broad-spectrum antibiotic that means it can treat infections known by a wide variety of bacteria. However, the pill does not kill viruses and will not work for overcoming viral infections, including colds, flu, and most coughs including sore throats.
For being sure the bacteria might lead to an infection it might all be susceptible to erythromycin being doctor might take up a tissue sample, including a swab from the throat or skin.
Dosages: This popular branded antibiotic Erythrocin Stearate is available in dosage below:
• 250 mg: This medicine is to be consumed exactly as directed by the doctor, usually before a heavy dosage meal. This medicine is best absorbed when consumed on an empty stomach
Side Effects and Reactions
Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain/cramping, and loss of appetite like side effects might occur. Taking this medication along with food might lessen some of these symptoms. In case, any of these effects might persist or worsen, inform the doctor or pharmacist promptly. Before consumption of the Erythrocin Stearate medicine, inform the doctor or pharmacist in case, you are allergic to it; or to other macrolide antibiotics (including azithromycin, clarithromycin); or in case you have any other allergies.