What Is Teva 3147

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Gandolf Says:
I am not sure what this medicine is.It may not be
compatible with my physical condition.

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David Says:
The pill which you are describing marked TEVA 3147 is Cephalexin (500 mg); an antibiotic used to treat various types of infections.

Adverse effects from Cefalexin can include:

diarrhea, dizziness, agitation, headache, indigestion, joint pain, stomach pain (usually mild) and tiredness. The drug can also cause yellowing of the eyes or skin; red, blistered, swollen or peeling skin; unusual bruising or bleeding; decreased urination; severe cramps and confusion. An allergic reaction to this medicine is unlikely. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, itching, swelling, or trouble breathing.

To view more information about this drug, please click on the link below...

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Tracy Vong Says:
Can I take diphenhydramine with my teva 3147

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Tedd Says:
I toke these pills Because my tooth was hurting me.After taking these pills my face started getting darker.my eyes was puffy an started turning red. dark circles appeared underneath my eyes,I feel sleepy ,trouble Breathing when I'm sleeping....pis this A sign of allergic reaction??

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cindy Says:
my doctor put me on neuronton about 4 months ago for nerve damage and it's not helping, do I need to wean off or can I just stop taking it cold turkey? I had a 40 gal container of paint that weighs I think 400 pounds on my foot, and its always numb. always, nothing stops the pain. so I want to go off the nueronton.

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we Says:
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Could in use it for sinus infection or the flu

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tom Says:
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Can this med be use for abcces tooth

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janice Says:
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How long are they good for...if date has expired..the abx teva 3147?

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Ali Says:
Does Cephalexin TEVA 3147 capsuls contain any sulfa?

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Eileen Says:
I read somewhere and now cannot find the article, that those taking metformin should not take Teva 3147. Any thoughts.

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