clarithromycin Related Diseases & Conditions

Medications are used to manage a variety of conditions. Our doctors have compiled a list of ailments that the medication clarithromycin may be used to treat or manage.

  • Tonsillitis It is thought that the tonsils and adenoids assist the body in fighting incoming bacteria and viruses by helping the body form...learn more »
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    Tonsillitis Article
    • Tonsillitis and adenoid infection facts
    • What are the tonsils and adenoids?
    • What is the purpose of the tonsils and adenoids?
    • What are the symptoms of tonsillitis or an adenoid infection?
    • What does tonsillitis look like?
    • Can someone catch tonsillitis from another person?
    • What are common problems affecting the tonsils and adenoids?
    • How are tonsillitis and adenoid infection diagnosed?
    • How are tonsillitis and adenoid infection treated?
    • What home remedies help soothe tonsillitis?
    • When should the tonsils and/or adenoids be removed?
  • Helicobacter Pylori
    (H. pylori)
    Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacteria that causes chronic inflammation (gastritis) of the inner lining of the stomach,...learn more »
  • Peptic Ulcer A peptic ulcer is an ulcer in the lining of the stomach, duodenum, or esophagus. Ulcer formation is related to Helicobacter...learn more »
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    Peptic Ulcer Article
    • Peptic ulcer facts
    • What is a peptic ulcer?
    • What causes of peptic ulcers?
    • What are symptoms of peptic ulcer?
    • How are peptic ulcers diagnosed?
    • What is the treatment for peptic ulcers?
    • What are the complications of peptic ulcer?
    • Peptic ulcer summary
  • Pneumonia Pneumonia is inflammation of the lungs caused by fungi, bacteria, or viruses. Symptoms and signs include cough, fever, shortness...learn more »
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    Pneumonia Article
    • Pneumonia facts
    • What is pneumonia?
    • What are the different types of pneumonia?
    • What causes pneumonia? Is pneumonia contagious?
    • What are risk factors for pneumonia?
    • What are pneumonia symptoms and signs?
    • How do doctors diagnose pneumonia?
    • What is the treatment for pneumonia?
    • What are complications of pneumonia?
    • What is the prognosis of pneumonia?
    • Is it possible to prevent pneumonia? Is there a pneumonia vaccine?
  • Sinus Infection (Sinusitis) Sinus infection (sinusitis) is caused by allergies, infection, and chemicals or other irritants of sinuses. Signs and symptoms...learn more »
  • Strep Throat Strep throat (Group A, beta hemolytic, streptococcus pyogene, GAS) bacterial infection of the throat. Signs and symptoms of strep...learn more »
  • Mycobacterium Marinum Mycobacterium marinum (M. marinum) is bacteria found in fresh and saltwater that can infect the skin through cuts or scrapes,...learn more »
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    Mycobacterium Marinum Article
    • What is Mycobacterium marinum?
    • What are other names for Mycobacterium marinum infections?
    • How common is Mycobacterium marinum?
    • How does a person get infected with Mycobacterium marinum?
    • Who is at risk for Mycobacterium marinum infection?
    • What are the symptoms of Mycobacterium marinum infection?
    • What tests are available to diagnose the infection?
    • How is Mycobacterium marinum infection treated?
    • What is the prognosis for those infected with Mycobacterium marinum?
    • What are possible complications from Mycobacterium marinum?
    • Do fish get infected with Mycobacterium marinum?
    • What else could it be?
    • How can I prevent this infection?
  • Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Whooping cough (pertussis) is highly contagious respiratory infection that is caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis. There...learn more »
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    Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Article
    • Whooping cough (pertussis) facts
    • What is whooping cough? What is the history of whooping cough?
    • What causes whooping cough?
    • Is whooping cough contagious?
    • What is the contagious period for whooping cough?
    • What are risk factors for whooping cough?
    • How long does the whooping cough vaccine last?
    • What is the incubation period for whooping cough?
    • What are whooping cough symptoms, signs, and stages?
    • How long does whooping cough last?
    • What does whooping cough sound like?
    • How is whooping cough transmitted?
    • Can adults get whooping cough?
    • How is whooping cough diagnosed?
    • What is the treatment for whooping cough?
    • What is the prognosis for whooping cough?
    • What are possible complications of whooping cough?
    • Is it possible to prevent whooping cough? Is there a whooping cough vaccine?
    • Where can people find more information about whooping cough (pertussis)?
  • Swimmer's Ear Swimmer's ear (external otitis) is an infection of the skin that covers the outer ear canal. Causes of swimmer's ear include...learn more »
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    Swimmer's Ear Article
    • Swimmer's ear facts
    • What is "swimmer's ear" or acute external otitis?
    • What are symptoms of swimmer's ear?
    • What is chronic swimmer's ear?
    • What home remedies treatments help cure swimmer's ear?
    • How can swimmer's ear be prevented?
    • What is the prognosis for swimmer's ear?
    • What about swimmer's ear in children?
    • Why do ears itch?
    • What should I do if I get a foreign object or insect in my ear?
  • Legionnaires' Disease Legionellosis is an infection caused by the Legionella pneumophila bacterium. There are two forms of legionellosis: Pontiac fever...learn more »
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    Legionnaires' Disease Article
    • Legionnaires' disease and Pontiac fever (legionellosis) facts
    • What causes legionellosis? What is the history of Legionnaires' disease?
    • How common is Legionnaires' disease?
    • What are the usual symptoms of Legionnaires' disease?
    • How is the diagnosis of Legionnaires' disease made?
    • Who develops Legionnaires' disease?
    • What is the treatment for Legionnaires' disease?
    • How is Legionnaires' disease spread?
    • Where is the Legionella bacterium found?
    • How can Legionnaires' disease be prevented?
  • Bronchitis (Acute) Bronchitis is inflammation of the airways in the lung. Acute bronchitis is is short in duration (10 to 20 days) in comparison...learn more »
  • Laryngitis Laryngitis is an inflammation of the voice box (vocal cords). The most common cause of acute laryngitis is infection, which...learn more »
  • Scarlet Fever (Scarlatina) Scarlet fever, a bacterial infection caused by group A Streptococcus bacteria, causes symptoms and signs such as fever, rash with...learn more »
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    Scarlet Fever (Scarlatina) Article
    • Scarlet fever facts
    • What is scarlet fever?
    • What causes scarlet fever?
    • What is the incubation period for scarlet fever?
    • What are risk factors for scarlet fever?
    • What is the contagious period for scarlet fever?
    • What are scarlet fever symptoms and signs?
    • How do physicians diagnose scarlet fever?
    • What is the treatment for scarlet fever?
    • What are complications of scarlet fever?
    • What is the prognosis of scarlet fever? What are the long-term effects of scarlet fever?
    • Is it possible to prevent scarlet fever? Is there a scarlet fever vaccine?
  • Is H. pylori Contagious? H. pylori or Helicobacter pylori infection is spread from person to person by fecal contamination in either food or water that is...learn more »
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    Is H. pylori Contagious? Article
    • What is H. pylori?
    • Is H. pylori contagious?
    • How long before I know I am infected with H. pylori?
    • What are the symptoms of H. pylori?
    • How are H. pylori bacteria spread?
    • When should I seek medical care for an H. pylori infection?
    • Are there home remedies or cures for H. pylori infection?
    • How will I know if or others or I are no longer contagious for H. pylori?