Cough Antibiotic Amox Tr K Clv 875-125

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Humingbirdjoy Says:


I got this medicine at 3:00 pm and took first pill. When should I take 2nd pill



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Verwon Says:

Well, first of all….an antibiotic won't treat a cough.

An antibiotic will only treat bacterial infections.

This is a generic for Augmentin and while it is usually given twice daily, you should follow the instructions that have been provided by your doctor or pharmacy. What are the instructions on the bottle?

Learn more Augmentin details here.

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Adam Says:

Amox TR-K CLV causes me to cough sometimes so much I develop headaches. Amox TR-K CLV causes my lungs to itch so bad I cough severely at times, sometimes repeatedly. I know it's not my throat itching. I feel the itching in my chest and water does not help. I feel the itching in my lungs. I think it is drying up my system to stop the sinus infection I am having now. However I would much rather deal with the sinus infection than take this stuff any longer. I am going back to the doctor to ask them about putting me on something less troublesome.

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