What To Use Instead Of Amoxicillin Clav 875mg

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What to take instead of amoxicillin-clav 875mg



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Verwon Says:

Are you allergic to this antibiotic?

If so, there are other choices available, but some work better for different infections than others.

Learn more antibiotic details here.

They also require a prescription, so you'll need to see your doctor to figure out the right one for you to use.

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