About Tiniba: Tiniba (Tinidazole) is a medicine which is prescribed to patients suffering from bacterial infections. The medicine is categorized as an antibiotic. It works by mainly destroying protozoa, bacteria that causes infections in the human body. It destroys it through inhibiting its growth and multiplication. This allows the body’s immune system to fight the week bacteria and in the process eliminate the symptoms of the infection as well as the bacteria itself.
How to use Tiniba
Tiniba (Tinidazole) is available as tablets. Take these tablets exactly as your doctor instructs you. In the case of any concerns, do not hesitate to request for confirmations from your doctor. Take your doses at regular intervals as this allows the medicine enough time to work and at the same time makes it easy for you to remember your doses. Swallow your tablets whole and with water. You may take them after a light meal or with a snack to prevent stomach upsets. If you do not experience stomach upsets, feel free to take the medicine on an empty stomach. Do not crush, split, chew or dissolve the contents of this medicine as they are meant to be absorbed slowly and altering the form of the tablets hastens absorption which leads to ineffectiveness during treatment.
You should get your prescription for this medicine from your doctor. Remember that dosage will differ for different patients. Normally, your physician will consider the severity of your symptoms, your medical history, and present health condition as well as whether you are using other medicines(including supplements, herbals, prescriptions or non-prescriptions). For adults suffering from mild symptoms, a typical prescription is a single dose whereas, in other cases, a patient may be required to take one dose after every 2 – 5 days. What is important is that you stick to the dosage provided to you by your doctor. Do not alter or stop taking your dosage altogether unless your doctor has given you their consent.
Tiniba Side Effects
You should notify your doctor of any side effect that you experience during your treatment using Tiniba (Tinidazole). Some of the most commonly reported side effects include heartburn, stomach upsets, high levels of stomach acids, cramps, and abdominal pains, nausea or vomiting, headaches, abnormal weight loss or gain, poor digestion, low appetite, dizziness and affected taste. These should only cause an alarm if they become persistent or worsen. Talk to your physician about other possible side effects that you might experience that have not been listed here.
If you are pregnant, are intending to get pregnant or are breastfeeding, it is important to discuss the risks of using this medicine before commencing on your treatment. Also, ensure that you have informed your doctor about your other current health conditions, illnesses, medical history, and hereditary disorders, conditions that are a result of the dysfunctional kidney, liver or heart. This medicine may also cause hypersensitive or allergic reactions, and you should stop your dosage as soon as you notice any signs of allergic reactions. These include chest tightness, hives, skin rashes or difficulties in breathing and swallowing.