Amox Tr-k Cl 500 Mg Tablet

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My dentist perscribed this for an abcess under a molar. After taking only 6 tablets my right eye developed black floaters which are now grey. My dentist asked me to report this to my doctor and not take any more tablets. Thankfully the abcess is gone.



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Verwon Says:

This is not a common reaction to this antibiotic, thus it is VERY important that you speak to your doctor, so they can pinpoint if it was caused by it, or something else.


Common side effects usually include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea.

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Have you called your doctor, yet?

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