Clomid can be prescribed for people that require some treatment as their immune system is unable to deal with the bacterial infection present in the body. It helps patients with Lyme disease, infection of genital and urinary systems, infection that causes stomach ulcers, infections of skin, acne, and respiratory tract infections. Your health care provider may need to check your progress by testing your blood in the course of your treatment to make sure this drug is working fine for you. Make sure you show up for all the appointments and take tetracycline regularly for best effects. Do not take calcium supplements, iron products, antacids, or laxatives containing magnesium within 2 hours from the moment you took tetracycline. Make sure you report any of the medications you are using to you health care provider, especially minerals, antacids, penicillin antibiotics, isotretinoin, cholesterol-lowering medications, blood thinners, or tretinoin, as interactions have been reported. Take tetracycline for as long as recommended without missing doses or skipping them, as this may affect the success of your treatment. You will need to make sure no one in your household has access to tetracycline and can abuse it - it is not supposed to be shared with other people to whom it was not prescribed.