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Novamoxin Amoxicillin Trihydrate
2 hours: 2 hours - take as directed. If in doubt ask your pharmacist or whoever gave you the prescription. Do not self-medicate. ...Read more
Rash: Most common is a rash. This rash is not considered an allergy. ...Read more
Will eating weed brownies (for stress and nausea) affect recuperation when taking amoxicillin trihydrate? Nausea resulting from amoxicillin in fact
Doubt it: While there are no good studies I can refer to, the action of the two active drugs involved is not incompatible. ...Read more
I've taken amoxicillin trihydrate 500mg for tooth infection (3 caps/day), how long does it stay in my body?
I'm taking amoxicillin trihydrate for an operation I had 3 weeks ago for a fallopian tube removal. Just wondering if its safe for me to have a few beer?
Alcohol is a poison and it never did anybody any good, ever, so stay away from it.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
I was prescribe amoxicillin trihydrate after all 4 of my wisdom teeth were removed. What are the side effects of this drug I am a 16 and weigh 52kg?
Very few.: Amoxicillin is a very safe antibiotic with very, very few side effects. Take it with 8 oz of water, which can help prevent a yeast infection, or diarrhea if taken for 7-10 days, which are fairly common side effects of most antibiotics. Other than that, there are very few side effects, if you are not allergic to drugs in the penicillin class. Good for you for checking carefully before taking it. ...Read more
Yes, but: It will have no effect. Instead use a hot washcloth four times per day. If this fails to work, see an ophthalmologist for surgical drainage. ...Read more
Does amoxicillin trihydrate has any help on chalazion? Please helpppp I have this for 3 months now... What should I take to make this heal?
Probably not: Since a chalazion is a fluid collection as opposed to an infection (hordoleum, stye), antibiotics are not likely to help. Antibiotics could be considered if the fluid became infected. Amoxicillin may help but broader coverage could be considered. If you have not improved despite treatment, you should be evaluated by an eye surgeon. ...Read more
Good afternoon I have taken amoxicillin trihydrate 875mg also amoxicillin 500 mg & ventilan hfa Albutero sulfate inhalation aerosol & naproxen 500 mg?
You have not asked: A question but only reported the medications you have taken. Use an in-box consultation or video consultation to review your current concerns. ...Read more
Amoxicillin dosing: That is a question for the doctor who prescribed the Amoxicillin for you. You should not be taking old medicine or someone else's medicine. The dose would vary according to what you are being treated for and there are sometimes other factors to take into account, as well. ...Read more
WHY ARE YOU ASKING:
If you are allergic to a medication sure. I keep wondering why there are all these questions about dying from antibiotics. Hopefully your dr knows to write appropiate instructions on the rx. If you have trouble undersatnding, tell your dr.
If you're wondering aboutgetting high on antibiotics - it's pretty silly. ...Read more
As listed below:
Keep in mind that most antibiotics can cause these side effects.
Side-effects include nausea, vomiting, rashes, and antibiotic-associated colitis. Loose bowel movements (diarrhea) may also occur. Rarer side-effects include mental changes, lightheadedness, insomnia, confusion, anxiety, sensitivity to lights and sounds, and unclear thinking. ...Read more
Call poison control:
Hot line 24/ 7 at 1-800-222-1222
(American Association of Poison Control Centers) for specific guidance.
Large dose: That's quite a large dose of amoxicillin - although not really harmful. You might have some GI symptoms - nausea or cramps. The good thing, however, is the medication is not very toxic AND it has a very short half-life which means it would wash out of your system quite quickly. It is important to know more about the CIRCUMSTANCES of this incident -so I hope you would talk to a doctor right away. ...Read more
Directions on dose: Should have been written on the prescribed medicine or it's box. A dose of 5 ml to 10 ml every 8 hours would be typical. ...Read more