Been all over the place on the internet and for some reason I can't find me answer
You just always make sure to ask your doctor and/or pharmacist if any new medications contain either. You can also check online directly. Both your pharmacy and Doctor should have your allergies flagged in their systems and this is a safeguard to warn them if you were to try and fill a prescription for amoxicillin (contains penicillin) then your pharmacist would call to verify the allergy before allowing you to even leave with it.
These are stuff that should be asked to your doctor. As is the case with allergies, the solution works different for everyone. So even with a tried and proved solution, you cannot trust a 100%.
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