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E.E.S. Oral Suspension (Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate)

Although there are many types of antibiotics, your doctor may recommend a prescription for you to buy E.E.S. Oral Suspension for certain bacterial infections including upper and lower respiratory tract infections, skin infections, and reproductive organ infections, and to prevent rheumatic fever.

E.E.S. Oral Suspension (Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate) can be prescribed for those with adverse reactions to penicillin. Antibacterial drugs, including E.E.S. Oral Suspension, should be taken as directed by your doctor. Just because you may feel better does not mean that the bacteria has been eliminated. Stopping too early or skipping doses can decrease the effectiveness of the treatment and possibly increase the likelihood of those bacteria developing a resistance to the prescribed medicine.

Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate belongs to a class of drugs known as macrolide antibiotics. Once your doctor has ascertained that you have a particular bacterial infection that is susceptible to Erythromycin you will begin to take it as directed. E.E.S. Oral Suspension works by interfering with the production of a special protein that some bacteria need in order to reproduce. It acts primarily as a bacteriostatic agent in that it stops the bacteria from multiplying so eventually all future bacterium has been eliminated and your immune system will get rid of existing bacteria. This is why it’s important to stay on course with E.E.S. Oral Suspension to stop any surviving bacteria from renewing their efforts to reproduce again.

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