Dosage Of Amoxicillin

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I need to know what the dosage for a seven year old is with amoxicillin? Pills only... she has a yeast infection.



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David Says:

Dosage information for Amoxicillin would have to be retrieved from your doctor; as I am not an MD or medical specialist, I cannot assess what dosing is right each individual.

However if you would like to view more information regarding Amoxicillin, then please visit the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Amoxicillin/­

If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

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JOEL Says:

how many mg of Augmentin tablets should i give for a child 7 years old 48 lb double ear infection the dr gave me 875 mg 2 times a day

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Catie Says:

DON'T give her an antibiotic for a yeast infection. Dr's will usuallygive you a yeast infection pill when giving you an anitbiotic bc they can cause the infection!!!!!! Take her to the doc's and get the pill for her.

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Gina RN Says:
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Do not give antibiotics for a yeast infection. Antifungals are for yeast. If given antibiotics it will surely worsen the yeast, not help it.

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notibug2004 Says:

Pleasw DO NOT GIVE THE CHILD augmentin that was urs! DOSING MUST DONE BY SOME ONE WHO knows the childs wt..... AND...to validate the DX.
There be grave renal implications if u try it and u don't know what u are doing...There r also legal concerns if u don't licensed med help.

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Funky Says:
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My son is 6 years and 9 months old with a body weight of 22kg. He had a chesty cough, cold, catarrhal and fever. Dr. prescribed Amoxicillin 500mg capsules twice daily for him. Just wondering if that wasn't too strong for him?

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