It’s not normal, but because you’re taking metronidazole gel, you know that if you do bleed, you’re probably going to bleed a lot. If you don’t have any symptoms, you can skip the side effects.
Because of this side effect, metronidazole gel is not recommended if you have open wounds. However, it is recommended for a small amount of bleeding. If you have any bleeding that will last longer than five minutes, contact your doctor immediately.
Most people bleed when taking metronidazole gel, but if you have open wounds, you are probably going to be fine. It is just that you are probably going to have to bleed a lot. There is a chance that you might bleed so much that you will feel pressure in your lower rib cage. This will just be a temporary discomfort. It’s not a serious problem, but if you feel any discomfort, please contact your doctor immediately.
I’ve seen the bleeding and the pain and I would say that it’s probably normal. But you should probably see your doctor if you feel any discomfort, like you may have a pressure sore, especially in the lower rib cage.
This is a common side effect of a number of medications, including metronidazole and zithromax. Many people don’t realize that metronidazole and zithromax are both used to treat anemia. You may notice some bleeding while taking these medications, but it should go away after a few days.
Yes, you should really see your doctor if you feel any discomfort. However, the possibility of a pressure sore can be a small problem, but it is more common than you might think. This is especially true if you take metronidazole and zithromax on the same day. If you take metronidazole on the morning of your appointment and you feel the pain and swelling, you should see your doctor and stop taking the medication.
If you get stung by a bee, and you feel discomfort, you should go see your doctor. But if you feel no pain or swelling and you don’t feel it anywhere other than your skin, then don’t stop taking your medication. The most important thing is to get the swelling gone as quickly as possible.
What if you get an allergic reaction to metronidazole? Do you start bleeding? Is it contagious? If you get an allergic reaction then you should contact your doctor as soon as possible, even if you don’t think you’re bleeding.
The new symptoms that we’re seeing in metronidazole-allergic people, are a wide variety of things. Most are related to the allergic reaction (although sometimes a person with a history of allergic reactions to other medications is more likely to have new symptoms). The most common are pain and redness, which is what happens when you get stung, and the swelling or bleeding. The most serious and likely, is the possibility of a serious blood clot.
Bleeding while on metronidazole gel is a common side effect, and the ones you might be seeing are those types of symptoms. Unfortunately, you will most likely want to get an EpiPen (which is the only kind of medication you need for anaphylaxis) to deal with this situation.