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oral antibotics and ressitance

if you become resistant to tetrecyline or doxycline does that mean you are also ressitant to minocyine ?(since in same family)

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No it doesn't mean you'll be resistant to minocycline. In fact many doctors switch their patients back and forth between doxycycline and minocycline (6 mos. on each one) to avoid resistance. Minocycline is considered to be stronger than doxy and there is less chance of becoming resistant to it.

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