Amox K Clav 875 125 Tab Sandoz (Thread 219998)

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Laura Coronado Says:
I have been on this med for 6 days now and I noticed that these funny little cauliflower small things that have been growing on my face is going away. One doc once told me it was caused from cholesterol well this med isn't a cholesterol pill. Other things are also changing on my face for the good. Would you know what it's curing by just guessing?

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Verwon Says:
Well, since Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, the generic for Augmentin is an antibiotic, then it's probably some type of infection.

It has even been shown that some forms of acne can be helped with certain antibiotics.

However, since it is a drug, it may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, skin rash and diarrhea.

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Have you tried seeing a Dermatologist?

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Ishmael Says:
Sounds like the things on your face are caused by bacterial - like acne, and that this medication is helping to clear them up. If that is the case, and if they come back after your stop taking the medication, then get another low grade antibiotic like Erythromycin and take 250 mg 3x/day or get topical anti-biotic to use.

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shawn Says:
antibiotics such as this one will kill bacteria on the face in turnn acne will heal. your complection will improve all over. antibiotics are used by dematoligists very often in severe cases of acne.

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Pam Says:
I've been on Amoxin/k Clay 875/125mg Sandos now for 9 days an now I think I'm coming down with a UTI is this normal. It was started for bronichitis and walking pneumonia. Which is much better.

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carol Says:
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I just started taking this med for my ears with fluid and ear aches. Ringing in both ears.
1 tablet every 12 hours for 10 days.
I'm also taking lipo-flavonoid plus 6 pills a day.
Metformin 500mg 2x daily
Dilantin 600 mg 2x daily
can,I take all these meds all in one day?

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