Active substances: Doxycycline
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Doxycycline can also be called by the brand name Vibramycin-D. Who can and can't take doxycycline Doxycycline can be taken by adults and children over 12 years old.
Doxycycline is not usually recommended in pregnancy or when breastfeeding. It isn't suitable for some people.
To make sure this medicine is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have: ever had an allergic reaction to doxycycline or any other medicine in the past kidney problems an inflamed food pipe oesophagitis lupus, an autoimmune disease myasthenia gravis, an illness that causes severe muscle wasting 4.
How and when to take it Your dose of doxycycline depends on why you are taking it.
The usual dose is 100 mg to 200 mg once or twice a day. If you're taking doxycycline more than once a day, try to space your doses evenly throughout the day.
If you take it twice a day, this could be first thing in the morning, and in the evening.