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How long should it take for amoxicillin to stop sinusitis?
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Depends
Depending on the situation, treatment in childhood starts at 10-14 days and if improvement is slow another week may be added.
The problem of resistant organisms is seen occasionally & lack of any improvement in 3-5 days indicate need to use an alternate treatment.

In brief: Depends
Depending on the situation, treatment in childhood starts at 10-14 days and if improvement is slow another week may be added.
The problem of resistant organisms is seen occasionally & lack of any improvement in 3-5 days indicate need to use an alternate treatment.
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Dr. Steven Saunders
Internal Medicine
In brief: Sinusitis
If not resistant to amoxicillin, usually 2-3 days.

In brief: Sinusitis
If not resistant to amoxicillin, usually 2-3 days.
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