Buy Minocin MR Online
What is Minocin MR (minocycline)?
Minocin modified release (MR) contains minocycline hydrochloride, a tetracycline antibiotic. Minocycline is available in capsule form and is usually used to treat acne. Acne is a skin condition which results from the clogging of skin pores and causes spots such as blackheads, whiteheads, pinheads and pimples to develop on the skin. These spots then become red and inflamed due to bacterial infection. Acne usually affects the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders and upper arms, and tends to begin during puberty but is also prevalent well into adulthood. Some 20% of adults suffer from acne worldwide but this rarely continues beyond the age of 25. You can read more about acne here.
How to buy Minocin MR online
The Online Clinic will prescribe Minocin for you if it is an appropriate medication. Please complete a consultation form online so that we can assess the appropriateness of this medication.
How does Minocin MR (minocycline) work?
Minocycline works by stopping the growth of bacteria. Specifically, minocycline acts by blocking bacteria from producing proteins vital for their survival and proliferation. This weakens the bacteria and allows the immune system to eventually kill them.
How is Minocin MR (minocycline) used to treat acne?
If you have acne then you are advised to take a 100 mg capsule of minocycline once a day, swallowed whole with water. Treatment with minocycline should be continued for at least 6 weeks and an assessment should be made to see if treatment should continue for longer. We are happy to issue repeat prescriptions if this course of action is justified in terms of results.
Are there any side effects of Minocin MR (minocycline)?
Side effects are rare with Minocin but the most common side effect is dizziness. If you notice any side effects while taking this medication following a prescription from us then you should notify us by phone or e-mail.
Can anyone use Minocin MR (minocycline)?
Minocycline should be used with caution if you have a kidney or liver disorder and myasthenia gravis, and should be avoided in pregnant and lactating women, and in those with renal failure and hereditary blood disorders. Our doctor will be able to assess the appropriateness of this medication once you complete a consultation form.