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Is Augmentin Safe For G6pd
My brother 19years has salmonella group B, he has inflammation in his digestive system, my brother has allergy from augmentin/amoxicillin antibiotics and he has G6PD please what gd antibiotic cure him from salmonlla and is safe for him, Thank you?
Salmonella: Most recover with just fluids if he seriously ill get him seen before treatment ...Read more
Hello dr. My brother has salmonella group b, has inflammations, small hepatic hemangioma at segment 4a & small cyst in left kidney, has G6PD, allergic to augmentin/amoxicillin, what other antibiotic safley cure him and where to get it Thank you?
Had strep, took 500 augmentin for 8 days, 5 days later, came back, now taking 875 augmentin for 10 days, is it safe to take this much drugs so close?
You have to: You must eradicate the strep. Now sounds more like did not resolve the issue the first time. But if you really contract strep multiple times it is time to look at other options. Discuss with your doctor if this is the case ...Read more
Yes: Yes it is. Make sure your doctors know everything you are taking every time you see them, be it prescription or over the counter. ...Read more
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ALT of 80... My PCP put me on Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) 875mg/125mg BID for 1 month. Is that safe?
Safe for what?: Why are taking antibiotics for a month? Augment is known to be pretty harsh on your stomach. It has a reputation for causing diarrhea more frequently than other antibiotics. Http://www. Drugs. Com/augmentin.html notes some concerns about taking this medication if you have liver disease so you might want to clarify this w/your prescribing doc. ...Read more
If is it common and safe for heart to take Clarithomycin for a sinusitis 10 - 14 days (2x 500 mg)? Clarithomycin is only antibiotic (Levoxa and Augmentin doesn't) which help me but after 6 days of taking I have still sometimes pain (exercises etc.).
Should be ok: Finish the course of antibiotics. Your heart should be fine. Pain does no resolve immediately, but make be there intermittently while healing. If you're concerned it is not better, go back and see the doctor that prescribed the medications. Hope this helps! ...Read more
I am suffering from acute bronchial asthma is it safe to consume 3 tablet of augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) 625 in a day?
Yes: In fact, this is close to the usual dose for your age, however a bacterial infection is an unlikely cause for your acute asthma which may require a short-course of Prednisone if not controlled with bronchodilator and Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) is not likely to do any good unless you have a sinus infection at the same time. ...Read more
If I've been on pen vk for 14 days and it hasn't beat the infection, is it safe to take a 10 day course is augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate)?
Just prescribed levaquin after augmentin failed for a sinus infection, I'm nervous to take it, is it safe? Dr said it will clear the infection well.
Depends: Levaquin does have side effects which include increased risk in tendon tear, cardiac issues, and photosensitivity. It is relatively safe if one takes the proper precaution. On the other hand, if your sinus problem had no response to Augmentin at all, I would reassess the diagnosis. Did you have a CT sinus to rule out sinus opening obstruction after Augmentin failed? Consider ENT consult. ...Read more
What over the counter cream is safe to use on scrotum after getting a couple of infected cuts from shaving. On day 2 of Augmentin. Cuts itch & burn.
Pregnancy Category B: Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) is pregnancy category b (http://www. Drugs. Com/augmentin. Html) & therefore is not considered harmful to fetus. However, you always need to tell prescribing physician that you're pregnant so that s/he can help you determine if medication/procedure risk is worth benefit (why do you need augment?), much less safe for you & fetus. ...Read more
I have an extreme anaphylaxis reaction to amoxicillin and augmentin, my doctor just prescribed me cefdinir. Is it safe to take? If I do begin to have
I am on Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) Duo and I am due to start taking Doxycycline tomorrow before travelling to a country with Malaria. Are they safe to take together?
Antibiotics: There are substantial risks to taking antibiotics, including Clostridium difficile colitis. Since I do not know why you are taking what you have been prescribed it is difficult to comment, but taken together these agents are likely to alter your bowel flora significantly. You can take them together, but have to assess the risk/benefit ratio. ...Read more
Can I take omnicef and augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) together? I have a sinus infection and was prescribed omnicef but im already on augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) is this safe?
Similar class: Both are similar in way they attack bacteria. Overall Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) is more effective for sinus infections. Omnicef is not used too often anymore for sinus infections and this is supported by the Infectious Disease Society of America. May get more Belly issues on both together. If sinus infection persists with Augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) it needs another antibiotic or no antibiotic as a virus/mold/pollution is cause ...Read more
Yes: By the 3rd trimester, fetal development is much less an issue and thus the Augmentin should be safe. If your congestion is from the sinus infection, it will improve in 3-4 days. However if the problem is from allergy, a nasal steroid may work. Vasomotor rhinitis of pregnancy from hormonal changes can also be an issue in which case a trial with nasal antihistamine may work (not cat. B however) ...Read more
Is it safe for 6 year old to stop augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) after 7 days (4ml/twice a day) for ear inf. Fever and pain were gone during first 2-3 days.
Maybe, But....: Currently the standard of care is to take the meds for 10d.Current research is underway to see if shorter periods will work. For some kids, I suspect that 7 days may be enough, but you should follow your doctors instructions, particulary to minimize relapses. ...Read more