Antibiotics side effects such as lethargy, swelling in joints and loss of appetite. Some of the other most common reactions are skin rashes, fainting, itching, indigestion, low blood pressure, disturbance in liver profile & diarrhoea.
Common side effects of antibiotics include stomach upset, diarrhoea and vaginal yeast infections (in women). Some side effects are more severe depending on the antibiotic. It may disturb the function of the kidneys, liver, bone marrow, or other organs. Blood tests are used to monitor such adverse reactions. Some people who receive antibiotics develop colitis (Inflammation of the large intestine). The colitis results from a toxin produced by the bacterium clostridium difficile, which grows unchecked when other antibacteria are killed by the antibiotics. Antibiotics can also cause allergic reactions. Mild allergic reactions consist of an itchy rash or slight wheezing. Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) can be life threatening and usually include swelling of the throat, inability to breath, and low blood pressure. Many people tell their doctor that they are allergic to an antibiotic. But in fact they have only experienced side effects from it that are not allergy related. The distinc