Amoxicillin Taken With Liquids Other Than Water

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Maggie Says:

I would appreciate any information about taking amoxicillin capsules with liquids such as fruit juices (especially citric), carbonated beverages, and other liquids like Gatorade. I was told that such liquids, which contain acids, can actually destroy the drug. This is an important question for me. Thanks.

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Raz Says:

Best to take with full glass of water there is delayed absorption if taken with food.

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Gino Says:

Can Amoxicillin be taken with milk?

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Verwon Says:

You can take it with pretty much whatever you want, they just suggest water because that provides the fasted and easiest method of absorption.

Other beverages, such as Milk, Juice and etc. may delay the absorption.

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zieda Says:

can i have some drink with alcool during taking amoxicillin cps?

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Medicine Says:

No. You CANNOT take amoxicillin with alcohol AT ALL. I repeat DO NOT

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Verlane McDonald Says:
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Can I take amoxicillin with lemonnade or just water

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