Amoxicillin/ Get Out Of My System??

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Marisa Says:
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I been taking antibiotics for about 18 days this sunday and will be done completely. My highest dose is 875 for amoxicillin. I tried penicillin for a day and clindamycin for a week out of the 18 days. When will it get out of my system???

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Marisa! How are you?

It may take a week or two for things with your body to fully return to normal, after finishing your course of treatment with it.

The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea.

What side effects did you experience?

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Marisa Says:
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I'm going on vacation this coming Tuesday and i was hoping I would be able to have some drinks.. is that possible?

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Stuart522 Says:

yes, drinks and antibiotics have nothing to do with each other. the antibiotics you were taking were to fight a virus, an infection. drinking won't matter either way.

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