Amoxocillin

Were you looking for information about Amoxicillin? Amoxocillin is a common misspelling of amoxicillin.
 
Amoxicillin (Amoxil®, Moxatag) is a medicine that is commonly prescribed to treat a wide variety of infections. It is generally taken by mouth one, two, or three times a day and comes in numerous strengths and forms, including chewable tablets, tablets, capsules, oral suspension (liquid), and pediatric drops. The antibiotic works by preventing bacteria from making cell walls, which eventually causes them to die. Side effects of amoxicillin may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and rashes.
 
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