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The term “antibiotic” in the literal translation looks very ominous: “anti” – against, “bio” – life. Opponent of life, in short.
Fortunately, this is not about life in general, but about the life of microorganisms. But there is reason to think: is it worth it to self-medicate, and even more so give antibiotics without the recommendation of a doctor to your children?
It is almost impossible to meet a person who has never tried to crush any microbe on his own. Almost any antibiotic in any pharmacy will be sold to you without a prescription. But in vain!
A typical story. Sasha’s boy has bronchitis. The doctor prescribed ampicillin, 5 days passed and it became much better. After 2 months, another disease, all the symptoms are exactly the same – again bronchitis. Continue reading