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Were you looking for information about Augmentin? Augmentan is a common misspelling of Augmentin.
 
Augmentin® is a prescription antibiotic that is used to treat different types of bacterial infection in children and adults. It comes in tablets, chewable tablets, and a liquid form, and is usually taken every 8 or 12 hours (depending on the particular product and dosage). Some of the side effects that have been reported with Augmentin include nausea, rashes or itching, diarrhea, and vomiting.
 
(Click Augmentin for more information on how the drug works, suggestions on when and how to take it, and important warnings and precautions to be aware of.)
 
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