Keflex Capsules

Keflex® (cephalexin) is a medication often used for treating bacterial infections, such as sinus infections, urinary tract infections, or pneumonia. It can also be used to prevent heart valve infections (bacterial endocarditis). The medication is available by prescription only and comes in both capsule and liquid form.
Keflex capsules and oral solution are typically taken two to four times a day, depending on your healthcare provider's instructions. Make sure to take your doses at the same times each day to maintain an even level in your system. You should finish your entire prescription, even if you start feeling better, to ensure that the infection is completely treated.
The capsule form of Keflex should be stored at room temperature; the oral suspension should be refrigerated once it is in liquid form.
(Click Keflex for more suggestions on when and how to take this medication, to find out how it works, and to learn about side effects associated with Keflex use.)
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