Antibiotics are a powerful and widely used group of medicines that can be prescribed to patients to treat some bacterial infections. Antibiotics are also sometimes known as antibacterials or antimicrobials, and are incredibly effective at killing bacteria or preventing them from reproducing and spreading.

You can buy antibiotics online without a prescription for the treatment of a wide range of conditions such as dental abscesses/infections, chlamydia, acne, IBS/SIBO, urinary tract infections and many other problems.

To order antibiotics you will simply need to complete an online consultation with one of our Prescribers, and you MUST read the important information contained on each relevant product page before placing your consultation.

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How do I take antibiotics?

Take antibiotics ONLY if you need them. When you buy antibiotics online, take the medicine as directed on the drug label or the manufacturer’s patient information leaflet that is supplied alongside the medicine, or as instructed by your own GP or pharmacist.

When you buy antibiotics online without prescription, they can come as:

  • Capsules, tablets or a liquid that you drink – Often prescribed to treat most types of mild to moderate infections in the body.
  • Creams, lotions, drops and sprays – Often prescribed for the treatment of skin infections and eye or ear infections.
  • Injections – However, Medical Specialists do not supply injection treatments. Some antibiotics for more serious infections can be administered via a drip directly into the blood or muscle.
How to use antibiotics properly

Antibiotics need to be used correctly for them to work as intended to help make you feel better. Some tips for good antibiotic use include:

  • Take your antibiotics exactly as instructed by the prescriber, your GP, and patient information leaflet. You will then know how many times each day to take the medicine, if you need to take them with food, and for how many days you need to take the medicine to complete the course.
  • Don’t save antibiotics for a later time. Doing so won’t help you in the future and isn’t always safe. Only take/use antibiotics for the treatment of the specific infection you have been prescribed them for.
  • Don’t take antibiotics that were prescribed for someone else. Your prescription is intended solely for you and the prescriber would have taken into account your medical history, current medicines, any existing allergies, etc., and prescribed antibiotics should only be taken by the person they were prescribed to.
  • Prescriptions are like custom-made outfits. They’re made and measured only to you and your specific needs, including the type of infection you have and other factors like your health history and allergies.
  • Dispose of unused antibiotics in a safe manner. Normally, you should be prescribed the exact number of tablets, capsules, etc. that you will require for your course of treatment. However, on the off-chance you still have any medicine left over, check with a local pharmacist what to do with it. The pharmacy themselves may even be able to safely dispose of the extra medicine for you.
What are the side effects of antibiotics?

Just like other medicines, antibiotics can cause some side effects. When you buy antibiotics for your condition, most medicines will likely not cause you issues if taken properly as directed.

However, some common antibiotic side effects may include:

  • Being sick.
  • Bloating and indigestion.
  • Diarrhoea.
  • Nausea.

Occasionally, some people may incur an allergic reaction to antibiotics, particularly Penicillin and another type of antibiotic called cephalosporins. For this reason, we have Metronidazole for dental abscesses/infections as an alternative to Amoxicillin, which contains Penicillin.

In very rare cases, this can lead to a serious allergic reaction (anaphylaxis), which is an urgent medical emergency.

Call 999 or go to A&E now if:

  • You get a skin rash that may include itchy, red, swollen, blistered or peeling skin.
  • You're wheezing.
  • You get tightness in the chest or throat.
  • You have difficulty breathing or talking.
  • You get swelling to the mouth, face, lips, tongue or throat.

If you get any of the above, this could be a serious allergic reaction requiring immediate treatment at hospital.

What can I buy antibiotics for?

You can order antibiotics online from Medical Specialists® to treat a wide range of different conditions, such as:

How It Works
Three easy steps
1. Select treatment

Relax and at your own convenience, hassle-free, choose your medication on any device from anywhere.

2. Complete online consultation

Confidentiality assured as our prescribers check your form, and a safe and secure checkout is guaranteed.

3. Next day discrete delivery

Our pharmacists dispense your treatment conveniently to your home or work so you never have to miss a delivery.

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