Ampitrexyl 500mg

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ampitrexyl 500mg
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red & gray capsules ## Ampitrexyl is actually the name of a company that makes several different supplement products, claimed to help with immunity. However, since that is not the name of a specific product, I cannot provide you with any details. Can you post back with more information? ## PRO-MEX AMPITREXYL IS WHAT ON THE BOX....NATURAL ANTIBOTIC PROPERTIES NATURALLY COMBAT MICROBES W/O SIDE AFFECTS...ENGREDIENTS...ANDOGRAPHITIS / CORYDAILS YANHUSUO ## PRO-MEX AMPITREXYL IS WHAT ON THE BOX....NATURAL ANTIBOTIC PROPERTIES NATURALLY COMBAT MICROBES W/O SIDE AFFECTS...INGREDIENTS...ANDOGRAPHITIS / CORYDAILS YANHUSUO THIS IS THE WRITING ON THE BOX ## I am atm taking ampitrexyl for strep throat. will make another posting to tell ya'll how it went. Wife has strep throat going on her ... ...
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Fri, Aug 04 '17, 3:42 PM
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Can I use it for an ear infection? ## Hello, Crystal! How are you? This is an over the counter supplement, so there is actually no proof that it will treat any infection. For your own health and safety, if you suspect that you have an ear infection, it would be best to see your doctor for an exam and to have them prescribe an appropriate antibiotic, if needed. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Las pastillas ampitrexil son para la infección o para dolor ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ear Care.
Sat, Nov 14 '15, 11:27 PM
Ampitrex 500mg
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Ampitrexyl 500mg capsules red/gray....weight is 190.. I have kidney infection how many can I take a day... ## The usual adult dose of Ampitrex (ampicillin) for these types of infections are 250-500 mgs orally every 4-6 hours, depending upon the nature and severity of the infection. -Taking it every 4 hours would come out to six pills a day. -Taking it every 6 hours would come out to four pills a day. Ampicillin Details Do you have any more questions or comments to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ampicillin.
Sun, Jan 27 '13, 11:42 AM
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IS THIS FOR AN EYE INFECTION ## Hello, Maria! How are you? Ampitrexyl is actually an over the counter natural product that's claimed to treat bacterial infections, but as with other supplement/herbal products, this hasn't actually been proven. If you do have an infection, it would be best to see your doctor for a proper antibiotic and not rely on this one. Infections left untreated can become systemic and life threatening. Are there any other questions? ...
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Fri, Sep 20 '13, 5:24 PM
amprexyl 500 mg
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When I tried look this up to find out what it is, it keeps coming back ampitrexyl are they the same , it's red on one Side then black on other. Can you tell me what they can be used for , they have come from Thailand , or should I just put in bin there are 20 of them ,, on the back of packet it also says ampicillin trihydrate eq.. To anhydrous ampicillin 500mg ? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ampicillin.
Tue, Jan 21 '14, 2:27 PM
Ampytrezil Dosage
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if i have an infection in one of my teeth what is the doseage of ampytrezil should i take ? iam 56 years old male in pretty good shape other that my tooth infection. my weight is about 178 5 .7 tall ## Ampitrexyl is the name given to the antibiotic called ampicillin. "The usual adult dose" for dental infections is 500mg taken orally every 6-8 hours (three or four times daily) over a 10 day regimen. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ampicillin Details I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ampicillin.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 10:24 PM

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