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Amoxicillin Clavulanate 875 mg for mercer (MRSA) bacteria

I have an infection on my arm near the elbow. What medication is used to treat the infection called mercer? Will Amoxicillin Clavulanate 875 mg suffice? ## Has your doctor prescribed it for you to treat MRSA? It is sometimes used to eradicate it. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Are you on any other medications? Are you sure it is MRSA?

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AMOX TR-K CVL 875-125 mg

Hi, I had Titus about six months ago and they gave me a Z pack so it didn't work in my lungs. I have been messed up for a while now. And I just stopped smoking. I was wondering if I could use my old bottle as it still has the 20 in it and has been opened but there is a little thing in there to make them last longer and stay fresh. It's says discard after 9/4/2016. I was really hoping to use these due to financial reasons. I read they will lose potency after 18 months. Am I ok? Thank you very much. I appreciate the answer. ## What are you trying to treat? I am sorry, but you really haven't provided a lot of details. Do you currently have some type of infection that requires an antibiotic? You mentioned what it was prescribed for 6 months ago, but not why you feel the need to ...

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amox k clav and stomach pain

Okay I just started this today at 3:30pm 06-06-2014. The first dose gave me really bad stomach pains that went away after awhile. Then 8 hours later I take it again as instructed at 11:30pm. It went down fine, no stomach pains, so I drank a glass of water after I laid down and fell asleep then I found myself wide awake at 12:50 throwing up. I know this is a side effect but could it be this early in taking it? It's my very first time taking this medicine and I'm taking it for a sore throat or in other words tonsilitis. Should I take the 3rd dose at 7:30a.m? I don't want to put my body through that again if it's not going to work... ## Hello, Alexandra! How are you? I'm sorry about the problems you've been having. Yes, that can be a normal side effect of this antib...

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side effects

I started taking it yesterday for a sinus infection and today, after taking both doses I have been dizzy, lightheaded and very woozy. Almost like I'm drunk. It's hard to focus. Is this okay? ## There is a great chance that is from the infection, rather than the antibiotic. I suggest calling your doctor and talking to them about it. ## I started taking this on 5/26/09 and I have dirreah and bloating very bad. I am calling my doctor tomorrow, Monday 5/31/09. ## how long does it take for your body to get use to the medicine so these side effect goes away ## HAD A CYST REMOVED AND WHEN LOOKING AT IT BEHIND THE NAIL ON MY FINGER, WE FOUND A LARGE AREA OF SKIN ABOUT 1/2 INCH ABV FINGER. DR. PUT ME ON A RX WHICH WOULD COST ME $200 WITH INSURANCE. WE CALLED THE DR BACK AND HE RXD AMOX/P...

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