Co-amoxiclav

Last Update May 2, 2016
Uses: Co-amoxiclav is approved for Infection and UTI and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Augmentin
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1.0
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Positive 83 "Had it for NS x 2, no problems at all! The one that gave me problems was Co-Amoxiclav (Augmentin)... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 159 "Watery stool too but has improved since I stopped the co-amoxiclav I was taking with it - now more type 6s. I stop them on Saturday though... We will... "Read more negative discussions
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Drain skin abcess
| AbdullahFarooq
I have skin abscess on hip . As I sit it put pressure on abscess . After 2 days it suddenly erupt and drain. I am taking co-amoxiclav from 2 days. What should I do now ?

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| jordan hesmer
I have had a ear ache for about a week now, at first I thought it was just a normal ear ache that comes and goes but now every night I cant sleep because my ear just leeks with runny ear wax, I went to my docters and he gave me a prescription for co-amoxiclav tablets but I'm worried they wont help my ear and it wont be healed by chrismas anyone have any suggestions

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feeling so tired and nauseus
| Diane
I had a kidney infection I have had a few over the years so my doctor prescribed amoxyclav 500 3 times a day the pain and feeling really unwell is not nice in a kidney infection. I took the tablets they kicked in straight away and the pain and feeling unwell went away after a day of taking them I finished the course. Now I feel like a zombie I cant concentrate I have no energy I feel sick all the time when will it end.

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Co-amoxiclav + periods
| hannahlucyx
I was taking co-amoxiclav to treat a recurring UTI a couple of weeks ago and I was just wondering if it affects periods or not? I was due to start yesterday and because of the pill I am extremely regular. I've also had no sign that my period is going to start like cramps etc. Did anyone else experience this? Want to be sure it wasn't just the medication before I start to worry!
Amanda74
May 6, 2015
Im on amoxiclav 500mg 3 times aday on them for chest infection i feel sick cant eat and my period is also late 6 days im never late

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Clindamycin or Co-amoxiclav?
| Stormer Wiki
After a flu atatck got a very bad thorat infection. used Clindamycin for three days but condition got worst . upon doctor's advcie used Co-amoxiclav 1000mg twice a day and goit immediate relief.

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Facts about Co-amoxiclav

Alchohol warning on Co-amoxiclav
There may be a negative interaction between Co-amoxiclav and alcohol.
Ingredients
Amoxicillin Trihydrate/Potassium Clavulanate
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