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Solodyn and Yeast Infection

Practically any medication can cause side effects, and Solodyn® (minocycline hydrochloride) is no exception. This antibiotic is used in the treatment of acne -- in particular, acne that is characterized by red, inflamed, pus-filled bumps. Sometimes, antibiotics cause other infections to appear. For example, with Solodyn, a yeast infection or fungal infection might occur during the course of acne treatment.
 
If you are experiencing possible signs of a yeast infection with Solodyn, contact your healthcare provider (see Yeast Infection Symptoms). He or she can confirm this and recommend treatment if necessary.
 
(Click Solodyn Warnings and Precautions for other important safety concerns with this drug, including those relating to a potentially serious bacterial condition that requires prompt medical care.)
 
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