They can be used together, but take them at different times of
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Amoxicillin does not cure trichonisos (or trichomoniasis). Amoxicillin may cure chlamydia, but it is not a first-line treatment.
Amoxicillin won't treat trich. Amoxicillin is not effective against trichomonas. Yes
The treatment alternatives for trichomoniasis are metronidazole and tinidazole. There are no other effective treatments.
No, sulfamethoxazole does not cure trichomoniasis. The treatment is metronidazole.
No, trichomoniasis is not effective against trichomoniasis. You need treatment with metronidazole or, rarely, with Tinazole.
No, trichomoniasis requires prescription antibiotic treatment.
Augmentin does not cure trichomoniasis. Typical treatment is 2g of metronidazole.
Amoxicillin is an antibiotic used in the treatment of infections.
It takes a week after treatment to be cured of trichomoniasis. Patients should abstain for seven days after treatment.
Two grams of metronodazole is the one-day treatment for trichomoniasis. Although the treatment is a single dose, you should avoid sex for seven days after treatment -- even sex with a condom.
Bactrim does not cure trichomoniasis. Treatment is typically 2 g of metronidazole in a single dose.
Both bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis require prescription medication for treatment.
It likely will not affect your treatment, but it is a good practice not to drink alcohol during treatment.
Azithromycin is the preferred treatment for chlamydia. Amoxicillin is used only for pregnant women unable to take azithromycin.
Yes, metronidazole usually cures trichomoniasis if taken in a 2 gram single-dose treatment. Sometimes longer treatment is used. There have been reports of antibiotic resistance, however.
Neither doxycycline nor fluconazole cure trichomoniasis. See your health care provider for effective treatment.
Amoxicillin is not a drug used as an anti-inflammatory. It is an antibiotic used for the treatment of infections.
Yes, you can and should treat trichomoniasis when you're pregnant; however, if your are near delivery, it may be safer to delay treatment.
Doxycycline will not cure trichomoniasis. Typical treatment is with 2 g of metronidazole in a single dose.
Amoxicillin is never a first choice for the treatment of chlamydia or UTI. See your health care provider for effective diagnosis and treatment for your symptoms.
Yes, ibuprofen does not interact with either metronidazole or amoxicillin. Please follow directions for all these products carefully.
Amoxicillin is not a first choice for treatment of chlamydia. The first-line treatment is azithromycin 1 g for both pregnant and non-pregnant patients. Only pregnant patients unable to take azithromycin are prescribed amoxicillin.
Yes, these two drugs do not interact with each other.
yes after taking antibiotics and proper treatment
Trichomoniasis requires prescription antibiotics for treatment. See your local Department of Health if you can't afford to see a doctor.
Trichomoniasis will not cause a bloated stomach, although the treatment may. Contact your health care provider to find out of reexamination is needed.
The treatment for trich during pregnancy is the same as for nonpregnant patients. Treatment may be delayed if the woman is in the third trimester.
Yes, the treatment for trich is the same for males and females. Typical treatment is 2g of metronidazole in a single dose.
Yes, tetracycline antibiotics interact with amoxicillin and other penicillins.
No. Amoxicillin will not interact poorly with the Mirena IUD. There are medications that should not be taken, so be sure to tell a doctor about the IUD before getting a prescription.
Amoxicillin is antibiotic medicine which is used for the treatment of bacterial infections in your body. Amoxil helps to stops the growth of infection causing bacteria.
Together they act better. Amoxicillin is one of the best antibiotic for aerobic bacteria. Another drug is metronidazole. It act against most of the anaerobic bacteria.
No, trichomoniasis is actually a protozoa (like a bacteria) that you can get rid of with the right antibiotics. However, all sex partners need treatment because, you can catch it right back again if exposed to it.
Azithromycin is a first-choice treatment for chlamydia. Amoxicillin is used only on pregnant women unable to take azithromycin.
No. They are often used together for, say, trichomoniasis and chlamydia together.
They are penicillin, amoxicillin, azithromycin, clarithomycin, clindamycin, and cephalosporin.
no it just needs treatment
Pregnant women can be treated safely for trichomoniasis. Women close to delivery may have to delay treatment. Talk with your prenatal care provider for advice specific to your situation.
Amoxicillin and clavulanic acid (brand names Augmentin, Pinaclav, Amox-Clav) is not a recommended treatment for chlamydia. Please return to your health care provider to get specific testing and treatment for chlamydia.
Yes, there is no limit to the number of times you can get trichomoniasis. It is common for partners to reinfect each other right away if they don't wait long enough before having sex after treatment.
It will take up to 2 weeks to be cured from Trich after treatment of metronidazole.
It is very unusual to be able to distinguish between chlamydia and trichomoniasis without testing. You should complete treatment as prescribed, and contact your health care provider to find out if you were tested for trichomoniasis with a wet smear or other testing.
Amoxicillin is not effective against gonorrhea, and it is not a first-choice treatment for chlamydia. See your health care provider for effective diagnosis and treament.
I was given a treatment for H.pylori (amoxicillin, chlaritomycin and omeprazol) and developed gout on a vegetarian diet and alcohol abstention this is anecdotal, but I bet the answer is yes!
There is no problem in taking amoxicillin while on Concerta (or any methylphenidate pills) as long as you require both treatment. It can be taken at the same time.
If you ejaculate while being treated for trichomoniasis, you won't affect treatment. If you have sex with someone while being treated, you could infect the partner, and the partner could then reinfect you.
The first line treatments for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis are as follows: Chlamydia: 1 g azithromycin in one dose or doxycycline 100 mg twice daily for 7 days Gonorrhea: 250 mg ceftriaxone injection Trichomoniasis: 1 g metronidazole in one dose
No, methadone at high doses should not interact with penicillin.
No, trichomoniasis does not infect the mouth and can't transmit trichomoniasis.
Yes, this is OK, The pain medication will not interact with your antibiotic. Remember to take all of your amoxicillin even after you start feeling better. You want to kill every bacteria and not leave any hiding in your body!