Yes but its not the drug of choice. Also, if you have some from a previous use, you don't have enough to do a full course. Also if you have some left over, you didn't take them correctly. You're supposed to take all of the prescription when it is prescribed. How do you know that is what it is? See a dr and get it treated appropriately.
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