I was given this antibiotic yesterday and I'm on day 2 of it. I haven't noticed a difference, I still feel very sick. My sinus infection is causing my gums to swell and hurt as well as my cheeks and part of my left brow. This is the first time this has happened to me and it is really painful. Nothing else seems to work.
5 May 2013
My friend masso4169 took the words from my gob, as he is very bright.
If it's not working by the third day, call your doctor! (I mean three full days of doses).
Best wishes and a speedy recovery from your sinus infection,
P.S. Sinus infections can wreak havoc on your teeth, causing dental pain and any part of your head and/or face to ache like mad. Just make certain that your gums are not infected! Very important.
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