Infections

Nontuberculosis mycobacterium infection

(Mycobacteriosis)

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All Medications for Nontuberculosis mycobacterium infection

  • Antibiotic > Tetracycline

    • Minocycline
      Prescription only

      Solodyn (Minocycline) is an effective way to treat certain skin infections, acne, and rosacea, but you'll need to use barrier methods of birth control since it can make birth control pills less effective and cause birth defects.

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      • Extended release
      • Extended release capsule
    • Doxycycline
      Prescription only

      Vibramycin (Doxycycline) is good for treating many bacterial infections. It is also available as generic. However, it can make birth control pills less effective. You also have to protect yourself against sunburn.

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      • Pill
      • Delayed release capsule
      • Liquid
  • Antibiotic > Macrolide

    • Azithromycin
      Prescription only

      Zithromax (Azithromycin) is good for treating many bacterial infections. It is also available as generic. Talk to your doctor if you've ever had liver disease, myasthenia gravis, or on medications to thin the blood, as the doctor may write an alternative.

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      • Liquid
      • Eye drops

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