Drug Interactions With Amox Clav & Losartin

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Helen Sullivan Says:
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Is losartin 25 mgs okay with tamoxifen clav 875 125mg...feeling sore throat chest pains and taste of blood in throat. Went in for help when a large amount of blood was expectorant ed from my head and throat was told I have strep throat.Oky for this level of both medications? My stomach is bothering me. ( For my husband am concerned if okay for him? He had Ulcers as a young boy and has a very sensitive stomachs. Not a complainer but sat me down to tell me he is feeling ng



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Helen Sullivan Says:
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CORRECTION to above prescribedbefore strep throat.Oky and taking Amox Clav 875 125 mg and losartin 25 mg prescribed for heart. Is this okay and is dosage correct on Amox Clav with losartin?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Helen! How are you?

That is a normal dosage of this antibiotic. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea.

And yes, it would actually be far more risky to not take it and let an infection rage out of control, than it is to take these medications together, as prescribed.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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