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List Diseases that Antibiotics are not required

Can u guys list me some diseases where antibiotics are not given for specific reasons...
I remember Selective IgA def...any more?
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I don't get it. Why shouldn't we give antibiotics in Selective IgA deficiency?
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I know infant botulism and hemolytic uremic syndrome. No antibiotics in IgA deficiency? I think you're mistaken. Its no IgA infusion and only antibiotics?

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ya sorry for the mistake,i was half sleepy when i posted it lol thanks for the info
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