Cephalexin is an antibiotic from the group of cephalosporin of the 1 generation. This is a beta-lactam antibiotic which has higher resistance as to beta-lactamase than penicillin. Cephalexin can be destructed under the action of chromosomal lactamase which are produced by the gram-negative microorganisms. Due to this reason, to increase a resistance to beta-lactamase, scientists have started to synthesize different derivatives of cephalosporin of 2, 3 and 4 generation.


Despite the fact that Cephalexin belongs to the first generation of cephalosporins, it provides high results in the treatment of the infectious diseases. It provides a bactericidal action as to bacteria.


The mechanism of this action is related to the affections of the cellular wall of bacteria which are at procreation. Then, special enzymes are produced which begin to kill the unprotected microorgansisms.


Cephalexin is the only cephalosporin antibiotic which is completely absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract and does not cause severe irritation of the mucous membrane of the GIT. So, if you have taken cephalosporin before and had side effects, the antibiotic will be replaced by Cephalexin.


Side effects

Using Cephalexin it is necessary to take into account possible appearance of the side effects. According to the statistics, the side effects appear in about 6-7% of cases. Patients often state     dry mouth, decreased appetite, nausea, weakness, and headache. In some cases, there is a chance of the development of candidiasis of genitals.


Indications for the use

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  • Infections of the ear, nose and throat (pharyngitis, otitis media, sinusitis, tonsillitis)
  • Infections of the upper and lower respiratory tract (bronchitis, pneumonia, empyema and lung abscess)
  • Inflammatory infections of the urogenital system (pyelonephritis, cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis)
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Infections of the skin, bones, joints and soft tissues.



In what dose is Cephalexin used?

A site and severity of infection plays a great role during selecting a dose of Cephalexin. As a rule, infections of the urinary system have complicated form, and therefore a dose should be higher.


If infections of ear, throat, nose and airways, patients are recommended to take a pill of Cephalexin 250-500 mg 4 times per day every 6 hours.


If severe infections of the urinary system including sexually-transmitted infections, a dose of Cephalexin may be 500-1000 mg 4 times per day.


The maximal daily dose of Cephalexin is 4000 mg but it can be used by patients who do not have contraindications and pathological dysfunction of kidneys.


The pills of Cephalexin should be used 30 minutes before meals, with a glass of water. Do not use juice and milk.


Recommendations for the use

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  • In order to avoid candidiasis during the treatment, it is necessary to take 150 mg of Fluconazole every 3-4 days of taking Cephalexin
  • If you had an allergic reaction to penicillin antibiotics, it is necessary to have a combined examination before using Cephalexin and find out a sensitivity to cepharlosporin
  • Cephalexin is not used during gastritis, esophagitis, gastric ulcer, by children under 12 years old and pregnant women



Where to buy Cephalexin without prescription?

Sometimes antibiotics may be needed at the unexpected moment but in order to buy it a prescription is required. To make an appointment at doctor’s and get a prescription, time is needed but if you do not have it, you can buy Cephalexin without prescription on the Internet.


To order Cephalexin without prescription, you do not have to fill out medical blanks. The entire procedure of buying Cephalexin without prescription will take not more than 7-10 minutes. You will be offered a free medical consultation and you will find out online how to take Cephalexin without prescription correctly.