About Amoxicilina Does It Cause Sleeplessness

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i just started last night taking the amoxicilina 500 mg and I was awake all night it there any chance this would cause that to happen



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Verwon Says:

This is not a normal side effect, but medications can affect everyone differently, so you should probably contact your doctor to be sure.

This is an antibiotic that is used to treat infections, so it is very important that you do take something that will help clear it up. This might not be the right choice for you, though.

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