My partner believes that if you don't finish a course of anti biotics that your body will build up an immunity to the anti biotic and the subsequent time you use the same anti biotic your body will be less possible to get the full effect of the it.
I think that it's as simple as the more of an anti biotic you use the more your body will carry use to it and the less effective it will be.
Answer: It's not your body that you inevitability to worry about getting used to it, it's the microbes.
You're right that if you take aspirin all the time, you body will go and get used to a certain dose and it won't be as effective. That's because aspirin works on cell that are part of you.
Antibiotics work on bacterial cells, so not subdivision of you. If you don't take a full course, the ones that have a bit of resistance to the drug will survive, and multiple, and possibly mutate to enjoy even better resistance.
Your partner is right here, always finish your antibiotics, even if you feel better!.
Common forms of antibiotic misuse include disaster to take the entire prescribed course of the antibiotic, or failure to rest for sufficient taking back allowing clearance from the infecting organism. These practices may cause the development of bacterial populations next to antibiotic resistance. Inappropriate antibiotic treatment is another common form of antibiotic misuse. A common example is the use of antibacterial antibiotics to treat viral infections such as the adjectives cold.
Please see the web page for more details on Antibiotic and Antibiotic resistance. Your partner I'm afraid!
The reason you're given a abiding dosage of antibiotics is to ensure that it works fully. If it doesn't get the opportunity to do this, the bug that the antibiotic is trying to kill bad is given chance to 'recognise' the antibiotic and develop a resistance to it in the adjectives. So if you complete the course, the bug is usually killed off, and there's no further problem.
Hope this make sense!.
the over use of Anti biotics is way we have a resistant to MRSA and specifically why you must not take anti biotics for just a cold singular when you have an infection which your body is finding it hard to argue BUT if you do need anti biotics YOU must finish the course because if you do not the infection stays dormant and will flair up again when you are run down