Why shouldn’t the uncontrolled use of antibiotics be allowed in the treatment of various diseases?

Antibiotics are medicines that successfully kill bacteria. Using antibiotics uncontrollably is dangerous for humans. First, if the medicine is taken for less than the required period, the bacteria will get used to the antibiotic. The next time you are sick, this drug will no longer help. Moreover, you can infect such “resistant” bacteria to another person with weak immunity, which can cause him great harm. Today, scientists are talking about the emergence of a superbug – a microorganism that is resistant to many modern antibiotics. When a person becomes infected with such an infection, there is simply nothing to treat. Secondly, for some infections, antibiotics do not help in principle, for example, viral or fungal. Only the attending physician can distinguish the type of disease.

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