Amoxil helps to combat bacterial infections and prevents the microorganisms from multiplying. Amoxicillin is helpful to combat H. influenzae, N. gonorrhea, E. coli, Pneumococci, Streptococci, and some types of Staphylococci. Microorganisms delivering penicillinase are resistible to Amoxicillin.
Dosage and Directions Follow the instructions of your doctor before consuming this medicine. Speak to your doctor about any allergy you may be having. Patients suffering from Kidney or liver disorders, asthma, blood clotting, or mononucleosis should never consume Amoxil without medical instructions.
How to Consume
It is ideal for chewing Amoxil tablets before swallowing it, in order to get optimum results. In case you are choosing to consume Amoxicillin capsules, then you should swallow it completely with a glass of water.
Word of Caution
Consuming Amoxil may reduce the impact of some contraception medicines. Never discontinue the medication before the specified duration; else it may trigger a relapse. Never share your medication with others without proper medical guidance. These pills may lead to diarrhea, and in case you suffer from an upset stomach, then you need to discuss this with your doctor. Lactating women who consume it, may cause diarrhea in the baby, and so they need to abstain from it.
Possible side effect
Patients suffering from allergies of the skin, or asthma may experience diarrhea, dizziness, heartburn, insomnia, nausea, itching, vomiting, confusion, abdominal pain, or easy bruising.
Amoxicillin may reduce the impact of birth control pills, as it heightens the increases absorption of digoxin, as well as the toxicity of methotrexate.
Missed or Overdose
One should never consume an overdose. In case you have skipped a dosage, you
can continue with your next regular dose as per the schedule.
Amoxil should be kept at room temperature between 59 and 86F far from the reach of children and pets, in places which are not too bright or moist.
All the information provided is general in nature, and should not be used for self-medication or self-diagnosis. Follow the advice of your health care professional. All the information is true to the best of our knowledge, but we advise our customers to review and verify the same, before consuming the medication. Our website does not undertake the responsibility for any direct, indirect, special or other indirect damage caused due to the information provided or the effects of self-treatment.