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Amoxicillin: A common antibiotic for uncommon problems

 

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At some point you are going to get an infection in your life. It is just about as certain that the sun is going to come up tomorrow morning. Thankfully with the advancements we have made in modern medicine, we have everything under that very sun to make you better.

Namely we have been lucky enough to come up with antibiotics, but what do antibiotics do exactly that makes them the go to doctors choice to treat infections?

Specifically, I want to get into detail today to talk to you about Amoxicillin and see if we can shed some decent light on this miracle drug.

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Bacterial infection

Amoxicillin, which goes by several different brand names as well (Amoxil, Moxatag, and Trimox) is used mainly to treat those patients who are suffering from a bacterial infection. Since Amoxicillin falls into the medical category of a penicillin type antibiotic, it’s primary use is to stop the growth of bacteria. Even though penicillin was a huge accident on the inventors part, it has since been one of the leading ways of helping to cure infections by halting bacteria growth for a long time now.

It is very important to note, however, that Amoxicillin really is only good at treating bacterial growth type infections though, so if you wind up with a different kind of viral infection instead (think the common cold here) then you will be prescribed something else.

If antibiotics are misused you are much more likely to run into complications because it will effective reduce how much it works on your body.

Amoxicillin

Aside from bacterial infections there is an exception. When combined with other drugs you can actually use amoxicillin to treat stomach or intestinal ulcers that the bacteria called Bacteria H. pylori is responsible for.

Still halting bacteria production, but a slight variant on the process, this will actually make it to where these ulcers will not reoccur.

Different forms

Well now that you know what this specific brand of antibiotic is, it is time to get down to the facts. If you are prescribed this medication you will be given a dosage to take. This can come in many different forms as either an oral solution, a capsule, a tablet, a chewable, or the extended release version that is known as Moxatag.

These come in various size doses and that is probably a decision that is better left to the professionals to tell you how much to take and for how long.

Types of infections

There are a wide array of infections that are generally treated by this medication. Please see your doctor if you need to take amoxicillin for any of the following;

  • Ear, nose and throat infections
  • Genitourinary tract infections
  • Skin and skin structure infections
  • Anthrax
  • Infective Endocarditis
  • Lyme disease
  • A Chlamydial infection in pregnant women
  • In children you may see this medication prescribed if they have;
  • Ear, nose and throat infections
  • Tonsillitis or streptococcal pharyngitis
  • Acute otitis media
  • Lower respiratory tract infections
  • Community acquired pneumonia
  • Anthrax
  • Infective Endocarditis
  • and Lyme disease

Antibiotics

Man just look at that list! it is no wonder antibiotics are hailed as a miracle drug. And those are just bacterial infections, so I sit here with my jaw dropped at the amazing list it can help with. If you are prescribed Amoxicillin, then likely you will be taking it every day for as long as you are advised to.

You do not need to eat a meal before taking this either, just make sure you take it on time as often as you are advised to.

Side effects

But of course it can’t be perfect. Every medicine has side effects, and i am sure you are curious what those side effects are. After all they are supposed to be making you feel better not worse. Most commonly you may experience an acute allergic reaction the the medicine, anemia, elevated liver enzymes.

There could be some persistent superficial infections of the skin, you may experience diarrhea, headaches, nausea, vomiting, rash, or serum-sickness like reactions. Of course none of these sound quite so bad as having a bacterial infection growing inside of you. So left no other choice I would probably recommend that you list to your doctor and take the antibiotics as needed so you can get back to living your best life.