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kenisha Says:

Is ampicillina used for thootach

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David Says:

Hi Kenisha,

From what I understand, if the toothache is being caused by a bacterial infection, then yes, an antibiotic like Ampicillin should work fine. In most cases one tablet is usually taken four times a day, every 6 hours. However, I would still recommend following your doctors instructions for proper dosing and administration of the drug, since bacteria can become resistant when it's not fully eradicated the first time around.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ampicillin Details

I hope this helps!

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