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 Only use Anti-biotics when really necesary
 

 

When you receive a prescription for antibiotics, you must follow the doctor’s instructions  in order to minimise the risk of developing resistant bacteria.
 
 
If you do not follow the instructions correctly, for example if you shorten the length of time of treatment, if you take a lower dose or if you do not take the antibiotics at the correct time interval prescribed by your doctor, bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics.
 

Resistant bacteria can stay with you and can also be passed on to others. This may put you and others at risk of not responding to antibiotics next time you need them.

  

For more information visit NHS Choices

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