Betamox 500mg Antibiotic Can You Drink Alcohol After Used

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thabo Says:

can i drink alcohol while i'm on my 5 day course of betamox 500mg

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Thabo! How are you?

It is generally advised that you not drink alcohol while taking any prescription medication. It can cause severe worsening of the side effects, so you may experience a lot more nausea, dizziness and drowsiness than usual, as listed by the FDA.

However, if your doctor okays it for you to have a couple drinks, then please make sure that you will not be driving or operating any dangerous machinery.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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beatrice Says:

I have tonsils can I take betamox

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vinesh Says:
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Hi. I have been having a great deal of trouble with my eyes..the left side in particular..almost always red..reduced vision..itchy..feels as if rocks from mars are in them.. I have tried many different medicines which include eye drops..the results are always the same..after a short while..perhaps a day or eyes are red again..I have been to a specialist and have had several procedures removing cysts on my eyelids..but they always come back..what can i do..our eyes are the window of our soul...

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khaxy Says:
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What is the diferent between betamox 500mg and amoxyl 1g?

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