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250 Mg Amoxicillin
What can be done if a 2 year old drinks well over half a bottle 250 mg / 5 ml amoxicillin for oral suspension that was prescribe a 6 month old baby?
My 3 yr old (34 pounds), was prescribed to take 12 MLS of AMOXICILLIN 250 MG/5 ML SUSP twice a day for 10 days. Is this accurate? Or seem too much?
Can i take amoxicillin 250 mg 3 times a day with cabergoline (dostinex) 0.25 twice a week? Are there any interactions between the two?
No: It does not appear to be any interaction between the two. Make sure you discuss all your medications with your doctor at all times ...Read more
I have so much pain around my head and ears to the point that i want to cry I am on amoxicillin 250 mg susp i just started last night will it go away?
I have strep throat. I have some amoxicillin left over, amoxicillin 250 mg and amoxicllin-k clavulanate 875-125 mg. Can I mix these for 10 days?
Are you asking if: you can take them together? Adding 250mg of amoxicillin to amoxicillin-clavulanate will NOT provide any additional benefit. Taking them sequentially doesn't make much sense either. If your strep test was (+), you do need the equivalent of a 10 day course of antibiotics. Plain amoxicillin 875 mg 2x/day for 10 days is a effective alternative to amox-clavulanate & has fewer side effects. ...Read more
Not the same: Since we have no idea why you would be taking the meds, we can not comment on whether this would be appropriate. These meds are not the same. Augmentin 625 has a specific amount of clavulanate that is paired with the amoxicillin, and they work as a team. Your substitution is not equivalent. ...Read more
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