Rx 726

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Verwon Says:

This is Clarithromycin 500mgs, a generic for Biaxin, this is an antibiotic.

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Kirsten Says:

i was given this for a sinus infection. side effects include this odd taste in the mouth. you take it twice a day (with food) and the taste lasts for as long as you take the pills.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, that is a common side effect of many antibiotics, as well as many other meds. The worst one I have had is Lunesta, the sleep med, it is awful and you just can't get rid of that nasty taste in your mouth.

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anthony Says:

I have taken this for a sinus infection several times. Best thing for it! Hoping to provide perhaps a bit of help on the bad taste subject. Yes, Clarithromycin can give a bad taste in the mouth. To possibly minimize this, or stop it almost completely, make sure you are standing or sitting fully upright, for as close to an hour as possible, after taking the medication. Do not lay down! Your doctor or pharmacist should have told you this. Hope this may help somebody. :)

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shirley Says:

2 more reports of lingering, bitter taste from clarithromycin. Is this related to the specific manufacturer of this product?

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kkrystine Says:

hi i am talking clarithromycin for infection and i have the bad taste. like horribly. i fell like im gonna be sick if i dont have a piece of gum in my mouth. any advice? pls help because i have 6 more days of taking it.lol

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claude Says:

I am on clarithromycin and I have a vile taste right at the back of my throat it feels and I cannot get rid of it and I assume after reading others experience it too, it must be the tablets. Hopefully it will do the trick but not nice having this nasty taste lingering in my mouth all the time.

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