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Our support group for Infections has 2,786 questions and 633 members. Updated 25 Mar 2017.

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What is Amoxicillin used to treat?

Posted 30 Jul 2009 4 answers

Monistat-1 - Monistat discharge after couple days?

Posted 21 Sep 2012 1 answer

What antibiotic is good for tooth infection?

Posted 19 Nov 2011 5 answers

Yeast infection help should I re do monistat 1?

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