Amoxicilian does not work well (if at all) when taken with milk. The calcium in the milk binds the antibotic and prevents the stomach acid from allowing it to be absorbed into the bloodstream through the gut. Amoxicilian has to be absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract so that it can enter the bloodstream and be delivered to the affected area for which the antibiotic is intended.
- Amoxicillin Information for Consumers
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