What Is Rocephin Prescribed For?

As a type of antibiotic, Rocephin® (ceftriaxone) is prescribed for treating a wide variety of bacterial infections. Specifically, Rocephin is used for:
 
 
On occasion, healthcare providers may prescribe Rocephin for other, unapproved uses (or "off-label" uses). Some of these off-label uses include the treatment of:
 
  • Various sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Lyme disease
  • Epididymitis.
     
(Click What Is Rocephin Used For? for a more in-depth look at what Rocephin is prescribed for, including a detailed list of infections this antibiotic is used to treat and information on whether it is safe for children.)
 
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