To receive maximum benefit from the medication you should not drink alcohol One drink per day however, may not cause a problem. You should speak to your physician if you are a heavy drinker and cannot abstain for the course of your treatment
Yes you can.. When I had tonsillitis.. they gave me 500 mg amoxicllian pills.. take 2 pills, 3x daily. And 100mg doxycycline pills, one pill 2x daily.
Give it according to the prescription you got from the doctor.
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Amoxicillin won't help a fever blister.
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.
No amount of amoxicillin will cure gonorrhea.
Treatment is commonly with Ceftiaxone (shot) or ceftriaxone, as antibiotic resistance has developed to many previously used medications.
I had Amoxicillin and it said on the leaflet that it's used to treat gonorreah. so yeah i guess so. although i read on the net that it can't. i trust that the leaflet says. Your doctor will give you the antibiotic that works best.
I had a reaction to Lidocaine at a dentist visit and then during a mole removal. My doctor had me tested at an allergist. I was tested with diluted pure lidocaine and found to be allergic. You can be tested but according to my allergist it has to be on the pure drug, not a name brand because they contain other substances.
Allergy to Local anesthetics is extremely rare. Allergic reactions often present as rash and hives, but can be serious causing airway problems including swelling of the throat, tongue, and spasm of the airways of the lungs leading to wheezing and shortness of breath. Cardiovascular collapse and death are the worst senario.
It is very common for people who have a "reaction" from local anesthesia in the dentist office to mistake the reaction for a lidocaine or novocaine allergy when in fact the reaction is due to epinephrine(adrenalin) which these anesthetics often include, designed to decrease bleeding and prolong the length of anesthesia. The reaction to epinephrine is caused by it's absorption into the bloodstream. The reactions commonly associated with this include anxiety, rapid heart beat, palpitations, changes in blood pressure, and shortness of breath.
Local anesthetics may also contain preservatives which may cause reactions as well.
Testing for lidocaine allergy can be done. Contact an allergist.
Arthritis is not curable at this stage. However, there are things that can help such as dietary changes. You might also want to try some herbal remedies or homeopathic remedies for natural pain relief. The major considerations are diet and lifestyle
non phamcological treatment is:
pharmacological treatment is:
There is no quick and simple way to treat arthritis using alternative methods, because it's a complicated problem. To simplify it, there are two things that need to be done.
1) Measures to reduce pain and inflammation. This is probably what you'll read the most about if you do searches online for alternative treatments. This is going to involve anti-inflammatory suppleents like fish oil, curcumin, and quercitin to name some very common one. There are many anti-inflammatory supplements, just listing them all would take some work. These by themself are not the cure for arthritis, but it makes sense to include them.
Also, if you can take a natural anti-inflammatory instead of aspirin or a NSAID, then stay away from the drugs.
2) In addition to just taking an anti-inflammatory you want to to do some work investigating the cause of arthritis.
Unfortunately this takes some work.
Major considerations are diet and lifestyle. Toxicty (some people have huge improvements after going through detoxification programs), and any kind of stress on the body. Also gastro-intestinal issues are a big link. What happens is people have something called "leaky gut" where large food particles and microbes that are not supposed to pass through the gut lining do. This causes inflammation through the entire body, and effects some people in the joints. So often people with arthritis need to start taking supplements and working to improve health in other areas and not just do things for the joint.
The joints in where you feel the symptom of a problem, but the cause runs much deeper.
A highly recommend book is "Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Arthritis," which can be bought pretty cheaply off Amazon, or BarnesandNoble.
Alternatively try to borrow it from your local library.If they do not have it they may get it in for you.
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.
Never never give medication to your dog at home without a Veterinarian being involved. You could cause much more harm than good and even possibly death. Your dog should be examined by your Veterinarian first. The Vet will prescribe the correct antibiotic, if needed, and the correct dosage for the condition the Vet is treating your dog for. Why on earth would you want to give amoxicillin to your dog without having him or her checked out by your Vet first?? Take your dog to your Vet.
Ibuprofen (advil, motrin) is an anti-inflammatory and an anti-pyretic (lowers a fever). Amoxicillin (a penicillin) is an antibiotic. If one follows their physician's orders, yes, these two medications may be taken together.
I am not sure, but I would not recommend drinking alcohol while taking medicine, it will most likely distort what the medication will do and make you very sick since most medication goes into the blood stream, like alcohol does.
I've been taking it together and so far I haven't had any adverse reactions.
Studies show that expired drugs may lose some of their potency over time, from as little as 5% or less to 50% or more (though usually much less than the latter). Even 10 years after the "expiration date," most drugs have a good deal of their original potency. If your life does not depend on an expired drug - such as that for headache, hay fever, or menstrual cramps - take it and see what happens. One of the largest studies ever conducted that supports the above points about "expired drug" labeling was done by the U.S. military 15 years ago, according to a feature story in the Wall Street Journal (March 29, 2000), reported by Laurie P. Cohen. Here are a couple of resources as well: https://www.health.harvard.edu/fhg/updates/update1103a.shtml http://www.baliadvertiser.biz/articles/paradise/2006/expired_drugs.html
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!
Yes, it can
As an ex pharmacy tech...amoxicillin is one of the fast movers in the pharmacy it's quite difficult to check it's shelf life but we normally try to keep anti bi for up to one year , 2 years for the most but if it's mixed 10 days ..and it should be on the shelf THROW OUT your amoxicillin! For two reasons: ALL antibiotics should be taken until the bottle is empty. If there are some left over, whoever took it 4 years ago, didn't finish it, which can mess up your immune system. PLUS, if you take it now even if it were good, you won't get the full dose. AND it's NOT good! P.S. To dispose of old pills, DO NOT FLUSH THEM or just throw them out: check with your municipality about local medication disposal so you can keep the chemicals out of the general water supply and/or food chain. Many recycling centers have dedicated collection days. Shelf life is generally one year.D Studies show that expired drugs may lose some of their potency over time, from as little as 5% or less to 50% or more (though usually much less than the latter). Even 10 years after the "expiration date," most drugs have a good deal of their original potency. If your life does not depend on an expired drug - such as that for headache, hay fever, or menstrual cramps - take it and see what happens. One of the largest studies ever conducted that supports the above points about "expired drug" labeling was done by the U.S. military 15 years ago, according to a feature story in the Wall Street Journal (March 29, 2000), reported by Laurie P. Cohen. Here are a couple of resources as well: https://www.health.harvard.edu/fhg/updates/update1103a.shtml http://www.baliadvertiser.biz/articles/paradise/2006/expired_drugs.html
Yes, although it is recommended to steer clear of the Erythromycin based antibiotics. If the Penicillin based antibiotics will not work, other antibiotics such as cefuroxime (Ceftin) may work.
USES: amoxicilin clavulanic acid is a combination penicilin-type antibiotic used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections. It works by stopping the growth of bacteria. This antibiotic treats only bacterial infections. It will not work for viral infections (such as common cold, flu). Unnecessary use or misuse of any antibiotic can lead to its decreased effectiveness.
PRECAUTIONS: Before taking this product tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to amoxicillin or clavulanic acid; or to penicillin or cephalosporin antibiotics; or if you have any allergies. This product may contain inacive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems. Talk to your pharmacist for more details. Before using this medication, tell the doctor or pharmacist your medical history, especially of: liver disease (including liver problems caused by previous use of amoxicillin/clavulanic acid), kidney disease, a certain type of viral infection (infectious mononucleosis). Before having surgery, tell your doctor or dentist about all the products you use (including prescription drugs, nonprescription drugs, and herbal products). This product may cause live bacterial vaccines (such as typhoid vaccine) no to work as well. Therefore,, do not have any immunizations/vaccinations. While using this medication without the consent of your doctor. During pregnancy, this medication should be used only when clearly needed. Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor. This medication passes into breast milk. Consult your doctor before breast-feeding.
for all kinds of infection,stronger than penicillin
Theoretically, any antibiotic can cause a yeast infection. Antibiotics assist the body in eliminating infections caused by bacteria (not viruses or funguses i.e. yeast). The vagina is normally full of bacteria. These bacteria live in harmony with each other and are normally harmless. Their presence keeps other bacteria or fungus from running rampant. When a woman takes an antibiotic for an infection elsewhere in the body the antibiotic affects all bacteria in that woman. Due to this affect the vaginal balance of bacteria is lowered, thus allowing for yeast to over grow. This overgrowth is called a yeast infection. The yeast infection can be cured by returning the vaginal environment back to its "normal" state. To cure this you must take an antifungal agent by mouth, vaginal suppository or cream. Some feel that eating 6-8 oz of yogurt daily while taking antibiotic therapy may help to reduce the potential for these type of opportunistic infections to occur.
mox500 is an antibiotic medicine and is used for throat infection
yes from the fish store
Surgical sutures or stitches are usually removed 7-14 days after surgery.
Removal of stitches should be done ONLY by a physician or physician assistant after examination and under sterile comditions in order to avoid complications including opening of the wound, infections, and even life threatening conditions. The physician will evaluate the stitches and surgical wound to determine whether it has healed sufficiently that if the sutures are removed the wound will not open. Stitches are usually snipped with small suture scissors and pulled out with forceps under standard surgical sterile conditions. In areas of high skin stress, like the knee, shoulder, elbow or ankle, and thus, typically after after orthopedic surgery, the surgeon may choose to remove surgical sutures longer than 14-21 days after surgery.