Were you looking for information about Augmentin? Augmenton is a common misspelling of Augmentin.
Augmentin® is a prescription medication that is licensed to treat a variety of infections. It is a type of antibiotic that works by stopping bacteria from making cell walls, which eventually causes the bacteria to die. Augmentin comes in liquid, tablet, and chewable tablet form, and is generally taken every 8 or 12 hours. Potential side effects include nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting.
(Click Augmentin for more information on what you should know before taking the drug, potential side effects to watch for during treatment, and when and how to take it.)
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