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Best Antibiotic for Diverticulitis. Amoxicillin-clavulanate (AC) compared to fluoroquinolone + metronidazole (FM) was not associated with worsened outcomes for outpatient treatment of diverticulitis and may reduce known harm related to the fluoroquinolone class of antibiotic.What medicine is good for diverticulitis?
antibiotics, although not all people with diverticulitis need these medicines. a clear liquid diet for a short time to rest the colon. Your doctor may suggest slowly adding solid foods to your diet as your symptoms improve. medicines for pain. Doctors may recommend antispasmodics or acetaminophenHow long does it take for antibiotics to treat diverticulitis?
It takes a few days: You don't say how long since you started the antibiotics. It takes a few days for diverticulitis and similar infections to improve with antibioti... It takes a few days for diverticulitis and similar infections to improve with antibioti...What medications can cause diverticulitis?
medicines such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and steroids obesity smoking Other factors Scientists are studying other factors that may play a role in diverticular disease. These factors include bacteria or stool getting caught in a pouch in your colon changes in the microbiome of the intestines