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    Working out while taking antibiotics?

    Didnt know where to post this and I certainly didnt want to put it in misc.
    Im having a tooth abscess treatment since yesterday and I dont know whether I should work out or not this week. Yesterday and today i didnt do anything since pain was pretty bad.at the moment im on augmentin (amoxicillin) for the infection and nimm (NSAID) for the swelling and shall be taking them until Sunday.I asked the dentist whether it will interfere with lifting and cardio and he said it all depends on how I feel, if I have pain,nausea etc etc but it was a good idea to rest for a few days.i feel terrible for not working out for 2 days, let alone a whole week.
    Shall i take this as an opportunity to recover since I havent taken any breaks since last September or shall I continue my routine as from tomorrow if I feel better?will the medication interfere at all?im not taking any other supplements at the moment except from multis and whey.
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    Originally Posted by schnitzer31 View Post
    Didnt know where to post this and I certainly didnt want to put it in misc.
    Im having a tooth abscess treatment since yesterday and I dont know whether I should work out or not this week. Yesterday and today i didnt do anything since pain was pretty bad.at the moment im on augmentin (amoxicillin) for the infection and nimm (NSAID) for the swelling and shall be taking them until Sunday.I asked the dentist whether it will interfere with lifting and cardio and he said it all depends on how I feel, if I have pain,nausea etc etc but it was a good idea to rest for a few days.i feel terrible for not working out for 2 days, let alone a whole week.
    Shall i take this as an opportunity to recover since I havent taken any breaks since last September or shall I continue my routine as from tomorrow if I feel better?will the medication interfere at all?im not taking any other supplements at the moment except from multis and whey.



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    Having been in a similar position a few months ago (antibiotics for a week), take the time off. You will be happy that you did when you get back to the gym and can go full strength as opposed to half-assing it while you're on the antibiotics.
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    Originally Posted by schnitzer31 View Post
    Didnt know where to post this and I certainly didnt want to put it in misc.
    Im having a tooth abscess treatment since yesterday and I dont know whether I should work out or not this week. Yesterday and today i didnt do anything since pain was pretty bad.at the moment im on augmentin (amoxicillin) for the infection and nimm (NSAID) for the swelling and shall be taking them until Sunday.I asked the dentist whether it will interfere with lifting and cardio and he said it all depends on how I feel, if I have pain,nausea etc etc but it was a good idea to rest for a few days.i feel terrible for not working out for 2 days, let alone a whole week.
    Shall i take this as an opportunity to recover since I havent taken any breaks since last September or shall I continue my routine as from tomorrow if I feel better?will the medication interfere at all?im not taking any other supplements at the moment except from multis and whey.
    The medication won't interfere, however you don't want to piss off the abscess further by stressing your body, so best to give it at least a couple days rest.
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    Take 2~4 days off because if its a major mouth surgery you got to let the cut in mouth clot, So it stops bleeding if you keep training the clot could break free before it forms and travel into blood stream or something thats a serious problem be safe have a good recovery man hope all is well
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    Your body has limited resources and your body needs those resources to fight the infection versus you causing damage it has to heal from the gym. Take the week off, stretch every day, and come back fresh and ready to go.

    I think most people over train (myself included) and we call could use a week off now and then.
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    thanks for the advice guys.
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    Originally Posted by schnitzer31 View Post
    Didnt know where to post this and I certainly didnt want to put it in misc.
    Im having a tooth abscess treatment since yesterday ...

    You should NOT workout as long as you have an active abscess and are taking antibiotics. Any different advise would be irresponsible.

    tooth abscess = abscess potentially getting into maxilla = potential spreading to other parts of the face skull = potential pathway of the abscess to the BRAIN, which in turn would be life-threatening.

    Workot= increased abdominal pressure = increased pressure on the abscess = increased risk for the abscess to make its way where it shouldn't.
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    another note that no one has touched upon is that some anti-biotic and medication can weaken connective tissue such as ligaments and tendons and its always advised to talk with your physician about it to make sure that the one your on doesnt have any adverse affect on these as when you do return to the gym you may be prone to injuries which can see you out for longer.
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    Originally Posted by red_cat View Post
    Having been in a similar position a few months ago (antibiotics for a week), take the time off. You will be happy that you did when you get back to the gym and can go full strength as opposed to half-assing it while you're on the antibiotics.
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    I'm in a similar situation right now, I'm on antibiotics because of a tooth in infection, and the dentist will extract the tooth in a few days, should I work out?
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