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Amoxicillin/Clavulanate - can I take transdone with thismedication?

I have been taking transadone for years , yesterday I was prescribed amox tr k clv 875 125 by the same dr are they safe to take together

Posted 25 Jan 2014 1 answer

Amoxicillin/Clavulanate - I was given this for strep. Should my sore throat be gone after 48 hours?

I felt significantly better 2 and 1/2 days after starting the antibiotic.

Posted 9 Dec 2013 2 answers

Can 875 MG Amox-Clav tablets be crushed?

I have a sore throat and am having a difficult time swallowing the large tablets. Can they safely be crushed?

Posted 5 Jun 2011 1 answer

Does AMOX-CLAV treat abcessed tooth?

Posted 9 Apr 2011 1 answer

Is this used to treat STD's?

Posted 15 Jan 2010 1 answer

Amoxicillin/Clavulanate - day six,still swollen,is this normal?

my docter put me on amoxicillian/clavulanate for swollen glands, for ten days, its day six ,still swollen, is this normal?

Posted 24 Nov 2009 1 answer

Is Amoxicillin/Clavulanate the right medicine to treat sialoadenitis?

An infection in right sub mandibulor gland. swollen under the base of tung right side.

Posted 9 Aug 2009 1 answer

Can this be used for the flue?

caused by fan(the breez from a electrical home fan)

Posted 26 Sep 2009 1 answer

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