A 45 Capsule Drug Interactions

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Diane Says:


I am currently taking high blood pressure medication - Verapamil, 120 mg...is it alright to take with this medication? Also...is A 45 good for gum inflamation?



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Verwon Says:

I thought I'd already answered this, but I am unsure if I'm too old to remember if I did and this is a duplicate post, or not. LOL

Anyway, the capsule with the A 45 marking contains 500mgs of Amoxicillin, which is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections.

Learn more Amoxicillin details here.

And yes, you are find to take it with high blood pressure and with your current medication, Verapamil. As a matter of fact, if you have an infection and don't take the antibiotic, you'd be risking far more dangerous issues than any you risk by taking it.

As to the gum inflammation, if it is caused by an infection, then yes, this medication can help.

Are there any other questions?


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