Rodygyl I had to look up ..it is not available in the US
IT HAS two antibiotics > Metronidazole plus Spiramycin
In the US if you should get such with a case of bronchitis then I would advise that you see a pulmonary specialist and see about getting a sputum sample obtained and CULTURED!!
No antibiotic or combination will work every time ...
We see resistance that may vary according to your current infection and bacterial cause and this may be influenced by what antibiotics that you may have taken in the past 2 months ....
You may have a good response on a given episode with the antibiotic that you mentioned but it would not be any guarntee to work every time
It does not work that way. ...
You may include that information to your doctor certainly and I think that may be helpful for your treatment going forward
( we do see patterns where an individual may seem to have similar recurrent types of infections -- definitely that may be the case )
So in your case I think that knowing your history is helpful and would be helpful to your treatment going forward
The success of that antibiotic combination could be helpful information
Still I think if you should get sick with a case of bronchitis then your doctor might mimic the antibiotic combination but at the same time have you collect a sputum sample to be futures which can tell specifically what bacteria is present THIS TIME and WHAT THE ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OR RESISTANCE PATTERN Shows ....
That is the best way to guide your treatment ...
What works here in February might not be the same type infection which you might theoretically get later in JUNE for example
It could be two different bacteria
One may respond to an antibiotic Ketek and the next may better respond to Avelox for example ....
I hope that this information is helpful for you
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Anthony Bray MD