In general, antibiotics are sometimes prescribed by doctors for treatment of upper respiratory infection. However, they do so only when a bacterial-specific infection is diagnosed or suspected as the cause. Upper respiratory tract infection usually includes bacterial sinusitis, epiglottitis or streptococci throat (tonsillitis). The administration of antibiotics, formulated to deal with specific upper respiratory tract infections, is usually at the discretion of the treating doctor.
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I often take antibiotics when something hurts, but my friends who are doctors and friends, keep on reminding me not to be drug dependent. Thanks for posting, it’s very informative.