Common Questions and Answers about Amoxicillin dosage toothache
I HAVE THE START OF A TOOTHACHE. I CANT AFFORD DENTIST APPT AT THIS TIME. MY HUSBAND HAD A TOOTHACHE MONTHS AGO AND THEY GAVE HIM AMOXICLLIN. THEY ENDED UP PULLING THE TOOTH SO HE DID NOT TAKE ALL THE MEDICATION. IT IS 500 MG. WAS WONDERING IF THAT IS TOO HIGH OF A DOSAGE FOR ME TO TAKE?
I just finished the antibiotics and I still feel the same as I did when I first went to him in July. He had me on amoxicillin plus Astelin. I have tried Nasacort, Zyrtec, Claritin, Alavert, etc.... no relief. I am a computer programmer and I can't function like this anymore. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks.
was on medrol, and then prednisone (to step up the dosage). Meanwhile, I was put on preventative penicillin to keep strep away.
Could it be the ABs reduced natural throat bacteria to such low levels that now, one is dominating (maybe because it grew back quickest) the tongue? Since it can be scraped off, and comes back daily, we have to assume it's a growing culture of SOMETHING...
And does anyone else notice that some things taste differently with the orange tongue?
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