It's a antibiotic so if you are on the pill it will not work and you risk pregnancy. If you are not on the pill or use some other Birth Control it will not affect your fertility.
It is not recommended to take flagyl during pregnancy.
I was just prescribed flagyl 500mg for an infection and I'm 14 wks pregnant. So I'm guessing yes.
There have been no safety studies on Flagyl (metronidazole) with pregnant women. Flagyl shouldn't be taken in the first trimester, but that applies to many drugs. In general, there's been no evidence of flagyl causing birth defects in humans. Studies with very high doses have been shown to cause birth defects in some animals, but these doses are well beyond what would be prescribed. There is a metronidazole gel that may be more appropriate, as comparitvely little will enter systemic circulation.
Metronidazole (an antibiotic) is the active ingredient in Flagyl.
Flagyl does not affect the contraceptive implant.
Neither Bactrim nor Flagyl affect NuvaRing.
Yes, men can take flagyl for susceptible infections.
It means flagyl wont work for that infection
Flagyl won't help for a repetitive PID infection.
Flagyl or Metronidazole is not a Penicillin and does not work the same way. So unless you also have an allergy to Flagyl you do not have to worry. This drug is best taken after food or with a fatty meal.
Flagyl is a type of antibiotic known as Metronidazol. It is often used to treat infections stemming from bacteria in the bowel.