Can A Man Use Betamox 500mg

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Betamox 500mg Dosage

BETAMOX 500mg ... What Is the correct dosage for adults per day? ## The adult dose of Betamox (amoxicillin) actually depends on what type of infection you're treating, for best results. In general however, a common dosage is 250 to 500 mg orally 3 times a day for 3 to 7 days; alternatively, 500 to 875 mg orally twice a day may be administered. I hope this helps to answer your question! ## Hey I would like to know if Betamox Antibiotic is safe for pregnant women. I have discovered that Im pregnant, have infection and my gynacologist recommende Betamox antibiotic for me. Im now taking it. The Dr confirms it safe for my baby...Can u plz confirm this for me ## if you don't trust your doctor, the best recommendation would be to get a different doctor. ## How many days should Betamox ... ...

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betamox 500mg antibiotic can you drink alcohol after used

can i drink alcohol while i'm on my 5 day course of betamox 500mg ## Hello, Thabo! How are you? It is generally advised that you not drink alcohol while taking any prescription medication. It can cause severe worsening of the side effects, so you may experience a lot more nausea, dizziness and drowsiness than usual, as listed by the FDA. However, if your doctor okays it for you to have a couple drinks, then please make sure that you will not be driving or operating any dangerous machinery. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have tonsils can I take betamox ## Hi. I have been having a great deal of trouble with my eyes..the left side in particular..almost always red..reduced vision..itchy..feels as if rocks from mars are in them.. I have tried many different medicines which ... ...

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side effects - Betamox 500mg

side effects of betamox 500 mg , swollen eyes -redness skin reaction, fatique , itching, restless dreaming - never experienced any allergy for medication ## Just because you've never had an allergic reaction to a medication before, doesn't mean that isn't what you are experiencing now, it is always possible, with any medication. Even if you have taken it before, you could suddenly experience an allergic reaction, because our bodies change over time, as part of the normal aging process. Betamox contains the active ingredient Amoxicillin, which is an antibiotic used to treat many types of infections and this dug class is very well known to cause allergic reactions, even in people that have already used them, before. The odd dreaming and fatigue are normal side effects, but the... ...

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Betamox 500mg Which Infections

which infection is Betamox 500mg used to treat ## This contains the active ingredient Amoxicillin and, as an antibiotic, there are many different infections it can be used to treat, as long as they are caused by a bacterial organism that is susceptible to it. Learn more Amoxicillin details here. It can also be used for prevention of infections, in people undergoing surgery, or who have recently been injured. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Does amoxillin 500 treat swollen eyes. ## Yesterday I discovered yeast infection from my virgina and lobes swelling . Will Betamox 500g cure the infection ## The doctor give me, betamox 500mg, and predisone 5mg, rhineton tablets. I had pain in the left of my face. My ear tooth and head hurt. She said my sinus were very red. And my rosece... ...

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