How To Use Amox Trk Clv 875125 Mg Tasan

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In order to get the best result, Amox Trk Clv 875125 Mg Tasan has to be taken how many days?

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gravelgertie Says:

can IC Amox TR-K CLV 875-125 mg Tasan tablets that are scored and have GG N7 printed on them be cut in half to take and still be effective?

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birder Says:

I am experiencing itching when taking Amox TR-K CLV875-125MG TASAN. It is not intensive, only annoying, and interfering with my sleep. Can a Benedryl be taken with the medicine?

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Verwon Says:

This is a generic for the antibiotic Augmentin, which is used to treat various types of infections.

They are normally taken twice a day for 10 full days to eradicate an infection, but there are some situations where this may be different due to the severity of the infection being treated or a person's other medical conditions, so the instructions provided with your prescription should always be followed if they are different from this provided information.

Yes, unless a medication is time released or specifically states that you should not cut, break, crush or chew it, then it is safe to do so to make it easier to take. As long as you still take the full amount necessary. So, you can cut this in half to make it easier to swallow and just take both halves.

And yes, unless you have been instructed not to do so, you can take Benadryl with it to alleviate any associated itching, since it can cause a non-allergic skin rash as a side effect. However, make sure it is safe for you to do so, by double checking with your doctor or pharmacy.

I was recently on this and on top of my own research, I have confirmation from the doctor and pharmacy that there are no interactions known between the two, but I also already know that it's safe for me to take Benadryl.

Are there any other questions?

More Augmentin details can be found here.

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