Antibiotics With No Penicillin

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Colin Says:

Please advise a non penicillin antibiotic for tooth infections!

Many thanks

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johnthehat Says:

recurring abscess under bad tooth ,antibiotics no penciling ,needed to subside before going to dentist , ?

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Verwon Says:

There are quite a few antibiotics available that are in different classes.

You can learn more Erythromycin details here.

That link will tell you about one of them.

It's really just a matter of finding one that will treat your infection properly.

Your doctor or dentist should be able to prescribe one, if you let them know that you can't take Penicillin.

Bactrim is another option:

You can learn more Bactrim details here.

johnthehat, the dentist will need to see you to prescribe the antibiotic, that's the only way to get one.

It isn't that it must subside before they see you, it's that they can't do work on the tooth, while it's still severely infected, without causing you a lot of pain, because it won't numb properly.

However, they can look at it and prescribe the correct medication.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Gigi Says:
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Hi, I am taking amoxicillin every 8 hours for my tooth infection. I usually take it @ 8pm and by mistake I took it @ 12am. Could this be a problem?

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