Amoxicillin And Alka Seltzer

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amoxicillin and cold medicine
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I am taking amoxicillin because I have a double ear infection, but I also have a cold. Is it alright to take amoxicillin and cold medicine together? ## Which cold medicine would you like to take? There are many out there, so I am unable to answer your question without knowing more details. Can you please post back and clarify? Thank you!. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Amoxicillin as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. How are your ears feeling? Has there been any improvement, yet? ## Can amoxicillin and alka-seltzer cold be taken together? Didn't want any serious interactions. ...
Updated 2 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Sat, Dec 16 '17, 8:12 PM
Alka Seltzer Plus/Antibiodics
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Can You Take Alka Seltzer Plus if You are on Antibiodics? Please let me know. LomQ ## What specific antibiotic are you asking about? Without knowing that, I can't really check for any possible drug interactions for you. Additionally, when you post back, can you please include details on the specific Alka Seltzer formulation? The ingredients differ between them. ## Can I take a night time alka-seltzer plus while taking clindamycin 300mg? ## Can you take alka seltzer cold and flu with amoxicillin? ## Can I take two alka seltzer plus @night cold &flu formular liquid gels while Taking azithromycin 250mg ? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Clindamycin.
Mon, Aug 14 '17, 11:06 AM

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