Amoxik Clav 875

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how long after med expires is it still good for ## Hello, Timmy! How are you? The best way to think of the expiration date would be to actually consider it a guaranteed full potency date. That is the maximum time that the manufacturer can guarantee that the drug will have its full beneficial effect under the most commonly used storage conditions. Past that date, the efficacy level starts to drop. Now, antibiotics can be more problematic than many other medications, because once they start to lose effectiveness, they may not properly eradicate infectious bacteria, which may result in antibiotic resistance, making things even worse. Additionally, if your doctor prescribed it to treat an infection and you didn't finish it all, as you are supposed to, then you are also running that same... ...

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Is Amoxik Clav 875mg Tab Sandoz A Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor

I have been taking Amoxik Clav 875mg for bronchial infection for three days now and the only good change I have seen or felt is no more fever, but the congestion and coughing is still going strong, I can't sleep, or rest, my rib gage is so sore from the pounding of the cough, so I found this product I had forgot I had ordered earlier this yr. online, called Mucus Relief DM, it's an Expectorant: Guaifenesin Cough Suppressant: Dextromethorphan HBr This product Loosens & relieves chest congestion, controls cough, and is Dye free. My question is, is it competable with Amoxil Clav? ## I didn't find any interactions listed between them, but you should double check this information to be certain. Learn more Augmentin details here. And yes, the antibiotic isn't going to help... ...

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What Is Amox K Clav 875 125 Tab

i have to have vocal cord surgery on the 6 of july ,does amoxik have aspirin or aleevein it ## No, this does not contain any NSAIDs. Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid is the generic for Augmentin, which is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections. Learn more Augmentin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Amoxi Clav Side Effects

Is diarrhea a side effect of amoxi-clav 875-125? ## Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, the active ingredients in Augmentin, is an antibiotic and yes, it can cause diarrhea as a side effects, as well as non-allergic skin rash and nausea. Learn more Augmentin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I'm taking amoxik clav825-125 One tablet twice a day I'm having diarrhea starting this afternoon I got this filled on 02-10-14 ## WHAT CAN I TAKE FOR THE DIARRHEA. IT IS NOT A LOT AT A TIME BUT AS SOON AS START WALKING I CAN FEEL THE POOP SO I HAVE TO GO TO THE BATHROOM. MY BUTT IS SOOO SORE. I TAKE THIS AMOX/K CLAV EVERY 12 HOURS. HELP ## I'm taking AMOXIK CLAV 875MG TAB ,for teeth infection,I take twice a day for ten days.Is a sore kneck and ear ache a side effect ... ...

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DRUG COMPATABILITY

I have been taking Amoxik Clav 875mg for bronchial infection for three days now and the only good change I have seen or felt is no more fever, but the congestion and coughing is still going strong, I can't sleep, or rest, my rib gage is so sore from the pounding of the cough, so I found this product I had forgot I had ordered earlier this yr. online, called Mucus Relief DM, it's an Expectorant: Guaifenesin Cough Suppressant: Dextromethorphan HBr This product Loosens & relieves chest congestion, controls cough, and is Dye free. My question is, is it competable with Amoxil Clav? ## That is normal, an antibiotic can treat the underlying infection that may have caused the bronchitis, but it isn't going to do anything for the symptoms, until the infection is actually eradicat... ...

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