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Dicloxacillin Questions

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Will dicloxacillin work for a tooth infection?

Posted 20 Jun 2010 by mharp 1 answer

How much dicloxacillin is effective in bone infections?

Posted 25 Sep 2013 by vivek rane 3 answers

ostomyltis ?

Can dicloxacillin be used as an std?

Posted 9 Aug 2009 by kmanos 1 answer

Dicloxacillin - is this drug used to treat acne?

Posted 15 Nov 2009 by mbadiner 1 answer

I started taking dicloxacillin on July 24, 2012 because it looked like I was developing cellulitis?

Posted 31 Jul 2012 by hamhock62 2 answers

... in my leg. Now I am having diarrhea. Should I be concerned? I am taking 250mg capsules every 8 hours.

Why is it suggested for an empty stomach?

Posted 6 Jul 2013 by Dianne Mueller 1 answer

Dicloxacillin dispensed w/ label for on an empty stomach. How long after a meal should one wait to take scheduled dose?

How long does Dicloxacillin stay in your system for?

Posted 7 Jun 2014 by dor82 1 answer

I only took about 4-5, 500mg doses of this drug and stopped as I had bad swelling and itching around my crutch and an itchy rash on my stomach. I took the last tablet about 36 hours ago and now the itching has started to go down my legs. I am just wondering how long I might expect these symptoms to ...

Dicloxacillin - So if you have nothing else and no way to see a dentist or doctor...and it expired a

Posted 9 Sep 2015 by Broke is no joke 1 answer

... few months ago and have a gum infection under a broken tooth or two..should I go ahead and see if will help... getting pain from it too in mouth

Dicloxacillin - Can this drug be used in Children?

Posted 6 Sep 2009 by Srinivas Matam 1 answer

or up what age group this drug can be prescribed

What foods to avoid while taking dicloxacillin?

Posted 24 Nov 2010 by Grammiepam 1 answer

Dicloxacillin - Hi, taking this 4 times a day x 500mg, feel really miserable and my heart is racing?

Posted 4 Oct 2012 by martin chappell 1 answer

... breathing is a bit difficult, no energy, is this normal, thank you

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