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Old 02/05/2018, 03:20 PM   #51
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do you live in US? I was just at CVS, and pharmacist told me that in US he thinks you need a prescription (he was pretty young guy though)



-would be nice to just buy over the counter


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Old 02/09/2018, 06:31 AM   #52
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What’s the difference between using Cephalexin vs. Ciprofloxacin ? What are the advantages/disadvantages ? Can they be used in conjunction with each other? What about using Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim ? Thanks for any info regarding the uses of all these with regard to various anemone !!


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Old 02/09/2018, 06:37 AM   #53
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Cephalexin spectrum is different. More gram positive bacterial. Not what I expect to cover bacterial infection associated with water in HUMAN.


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So Ciprofloxacin is for gram negative bacteria ?


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