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Amoxil can be taken regardless of meals, but a good amount of water or fluid intake would be helpful. Extended-release tablet should not be crushed or chewed, but swallowed whole, and only chewable tablet can be chewed. Shake the suspension before giving it to children, it can be placed on their tongues, or it can be added to the water, ginger beer, milk or juice and given to them, it should immediately swallow to the last drop. Suspension / mixture must not be stored for later use. Amoxil dosage differs from patient to patient, given the low dose of pediatric patients who are less than 3 months of age, while older children and adults receive a higher dose. Pregnant and lactating women should consult a physician before taking Amoxicillin.

In all likelihood, Amoxil give quick relief, but full treatment should be taken. The drug is usually given once every 8-12 hours, but should be taken exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Necessary to maintain a certain amount of medicine in the blood always, follow the regular pattern of dosing. Try to take the missed dose as soon as possible, but if time is approaching for the next dose, skip the missed dose and continue on to the next. In general, skipping doses or not finishing the full course of treatment may reduce the effectiveness of the antibiotic, it can also make bacteria more resilient so that a different course Amoxil or any other antibiotic had no effect on them in the future.

Amoxil, as we know, no serious side effects, but some side effects like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, crystalluria, body pain or joint pain may occur. If these symptoms persist or become worse, or if you experience any rare or unlikely serious side effects, such as the passage of dark urine and abdominal or stomach pain, jaundice, easy bruising or bleeding, mucus or blood in the stool, oral, or vaginal infection, rash, or swelling, you should inform the doctor immediately. Some people may be rare hypersensitive reaction, or severe intestinal infection due to bacteria resistance.

To save Amoxil, go strictly information given label, it should usually be kept at room temperature between 20oC-25oC. Medicine should be protected from light and heat. It can be stored in the refrigerator, although freezing is required. Keep all medicines away from children and pets. Of any suspension, which is unused after 2 weeks from the time of preparation, you need to get rid of.