I have a bottle of Ambidrin capsules 500mg from Mexico,what are they and what are they for?
Question posted by restuckncg on 28 Aug 2009
Last updated on 14 September 2020 by Redhead6591
I believe it's an antibiotic. I am an RN as well. To whomever said Ambidrin is generic Ambien, it's NOT! Zolpidem is the generic for Ambien. Your medication is ” our” Ampicillin. An antibiotic that Is a generational penicillin. In America it is Ampicillin, rom Mexico it is Ambidrin. It's a good medication for an infection.
Cats Meow is correct.
Ambidrin is an antibiotic drug belonging to a group known as aminopenicillins, which treat bacterial infections.
It's not an antibiotic... sorry. I am an RN..IT IS A GENERIC AMBIEN.
Ambidrin is Ampicillin, an antibiotic used to treat certain infections caused by bacteria such as pneumonia; bronchitis; and ear, lung, skin, and urinary tract infections, etc.
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