Flagyl 375 mg

Although the prescription medicine Flagyl® (metronidazole) can be used to treat infections caused by certain bacteria, not everyone takes the same amount. Various factors affect how much Flagyl a person is prescribed, as well as how often the drug is taken.
 
For example, when treating trichomoniasis (a sexually transmitted infection), there are two different standard dosing regimens. A one-day treatment of Flagyl 2 grams in a single dose or two doses of 1 gram (both taken in one day) is a convenient option. A seven-day treatment of 250 mg of Flagyl three times daily (or 375 mg twice daily) can also be used, and may be more effective than the one-day treatment.
 
(To learn more about the dosing guidelines for this medication, click Flagyl Dosage. This article takes a detailed look at the various strengths of this drug, when they are used, and offers helpful tips on safely using this antibiotic.)
 
 
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