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combining amoxicillin/clavulin 500/125mg and Percocet 10s
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I've been taking Percocet 10s for a few months now, never more than 4 a day, and have recently been prescribed amoxicillin/clavulin 500/125mg. I'm wondering if there are any harmful interactions between the two? I've stopped the Percocet for a little over 24hrs and am now noticing a slight pain in the upper right side of my stomach. ## Hello, Jaye! How are you? I didn't find any interactions or problems listed between these two medications, but you should always double check with your doctor or pharmacist to be sure. However, there are often prescribed together, so that the Percocet can relieve pain, until the antibiotic has time to do its work. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Feb 10 '14, 3:39 PM
What Does F Stand For
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For Clavulin 250F, what does the F mean? ## Hi Kerrie, From what I could gather, the primarily noticable difference between "250F", in comparison with other brands that don't have the "F", is the ratio of ingredients in it's formula. For example: "F" has a ratio of 4:1 & "non Fs" have a ratio of 7:1 Clavulin-125F 
Each 5ÂmL of reconstituted suspension contains amoxicillin 125Âmg as the trihydrate and clavulanic acid 31.25Âmg as the potassium salt (in a ratio of 4:1). Clavulin-200
 Each 5ÂmL of reconstituted suspension contains amoxicillin 200Âmg as the trihydrate and clavulanic acid 28.5Âmg as the potassium salt (in a ratio of 7:1). Clavulin-250F Each 5ÂmL of reconstituted ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Feb 07 '13, 1:55 PM

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