Co Amoxiclav Natravox

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Nina Says:
I had fever and I took paracetamol and i got relieved. after that I have colds and feel that I have phlegm in my chest for 6 days now. I cough sometimes. I want to know if Natravox is good for my colds.

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Verwon Says:
Have you consulted a doctor?

Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, commonly prescribed in the U.S. under the brand name Augmentin, is an antibiotic that will only work to treat or prevent infections.

This means it can help if your problem is caused by an infection, but it should not be used for anything else.

A cold is caused by a virus and this will not do anything to treat viruses.


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