Amoxicillin Potassium Clavulanate 875 Mg Dosing And Side Effects

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mia Says:

I need to know the side effects

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Verwon Says:

This is an antibiotic, a generic for Augmentin.

Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea.

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sophia Says:

i am taking ammox/pot clav and I want to know what the side affects are, because my ear is very irritated and swollen.

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Jim Says:

My wife has been allergic to penicillan her entire life. When she took some in the past, in small dosages, she broke out in severe rashes. Her doctor prescribed Amox/Clav POT 875mg. He stated she should not experience any side affects, such as rashes or hives. I am afraid for her and am hesitant with letting her take it. Please, any advise or guidance is greatly appreciated in advance.

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mickey Says:

Amongst the possible side-effects of this medication are diarrhea, vomiting, thrush, and a few other conditions. These do not usually require medical attention. However, if the patient experiences an allergic reaction to the medication, jaundice, fever, or severe diarrhea, it is necessary to contact a doctor immediately. As with all antimicrobial agents, pseudomembranous colitis has been associated with the use of amoxicillin-clavulanate. Amoxicillin is known to have caused liver failure in some patients. Amoxicillin is a member of the penicillin family of antibiotics, and therefore should not be taken by patients allergic to penicillin.



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Jason, RN Says:

Amox/Clav Pot is Augmentin. Amoxil is a safe alternative for most people who are allergic to Penicillin.

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Kathleen Moore Says:

My 20 yr. old son has been taking Amox-clay 875 mg. for three days he stopped last night because of a severe rash behind his ears and groin area. He is now broken out in welts and continuesd rash all over his back stomach. Can we just give him Benadryl and call the doctor in the morning?

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Jean Says:

Been taking Amox-clav 875mg for 7 days; doc gave prescription for 10 days (2 pills each day). First 3 days no problem, past 4 days (1 pill 9am, 1 pill 9pm, I get extremely nauseated and vomit profusely at 2 or 3 in the morning immediately followed by diarrhea in a severe form. I'm extremely exhausted past 4 days, so today I decided to stop the pills - I hope I have taken them long enough. I'm 70 female 125 lbs. I am in between a permanent Physicians so could us advice.

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christine Says:

will this treat strp throat? dr is closed and its sat night

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Valerie Says:

My doctor asked me if I was allergic to penicillen before he gave it to me. I am not.

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Suki Says:
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Hi, I am too taking this pills but I been on it for couple days now and I'm having head aches, feeling drowsy, my stomach feels hungry when I take this medicine and I do eat before I take this medication and I feel sick (vomiting). Is this part of the side-effects that the medication should be? And plus my nostril feels really dry and has a little blood on it every time I wake up and this is just from me taking the medication.

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