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What is dosage for sinus infection?

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2 Jan 2010

For a Sinus infection the following dose is recommended: This is recommended for an adult by the way

take 1 tablet (500 mg) by oral route 4 times per day for 10 to 14 days.

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19 Sep 2010

if taking amoxicilin, usually you would need to take one 500 mg tablet three times a day(with food) for 10 days.

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3 Jan 2010

I've taken SO many different doses and strengths it's mind blowing.

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