14 Feb 2012
Amoxicillin Dosing for Adults, Children, and Infants
There is no "standard" amoxicillin dose that is recommended for all situations. The doc would calculate the appropriate dose taking into account several factors, including the weight, the severity of the infection, the type of the infection, and the type of bacteria causing the infection. Please follow the doc's dosing instructions.
Talking to the doc would be your best options, please take care.
14 Feb 2012
Please contact your doctor immediately! We cannot advise as to the amount or for the condition. You should have received instructions for this from your pharmacy. If it was for an older child & is left over, which it shouldn't have been, you should not use it at all! Call your doctor, please...
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my son is 2 years
1 answer • 13 Oct 2009
My grandaughter has been on amoxicillin for 4 days. has been kept refridgerated but forgot to put it
... in last night . it sat on the counter overnight. will it hurt to give it to her. wondering how to best deal with this situation
1 answer • 17 Mar 2013
... give her 2 Teaspoons, but i read wrong and i give her twice
0 answers • 5 Jun 2013
My child will be 6 in 1 month Is it ok to give half of a dose of dayquil(7ml) bottle says 6yrs-15ml?
The bottle says it's ok to give a 6-12 year old 15 mL every four hours. I only want to give half of that so she can get sleep tonight but ...
2 answers • 28 Sep 2013
she has swollen tonsils and her nose if plugged up and running a low grade fever
1 answer • 20 May 2014