Amoxicillin – For better and faster recovery
Amoxicillin works marvelously in slowing down the spread of wide range of bacterial infections such as pneumonia, gonorrhea, infection of ear and bladder and Escherichia coli or salmonella infection. The inner potential of Amoxicillin in challenging the dreadful microbial complications and emerging as a clear winner is commendable.
Amoxicillin Action Mechanism
Amoxicillin liberates you from the clutches of devastating medical condition through binding to penicillin-binding protein 1A (PBP-1A) present within the bacterial cell wall and inhibiting the third stage of biosynthesis of bacterial cell wall. Amoxicillin also prevents peptidoglycan cross-linking thereby enhancing the lyses of bacteria.
Your age, clinical condition, severity of disease along with any medical history plays a decisive factor in the dosage of Amoxicillin and hence, there is no standard dose for this medication. Amoxicillin is usually prescribed to be taken with or without regard to meals for attaining oits full benefit.
Amoxicillin, the super efficient antibiotic medicament not only effectively tackles various bacterial infections but is also quite efficient in to alleviating the effects of stomach ulcers caused by Helicobacter pylori infection.
To achieve full benefits of Amoxicillin some precautionary measures are necessary to be kept in mind. Never take Amoxicillin in case you are pregnant (or planning to become pregnant), breastfeeding, allergic to any of its components or other penicillin antibiotics or suffering from medical complications such as kidney disease or phenylketonuria.
Amoxicillin Side effects
Common side effects of Amoxicillin normally observed in some cases include nausea or vomiting, vaginal itching or discharge, swollen or black tongue, stomach pain or cramps and headache.
While serious side effects of Amoxicillin that require urgent medical help if symptoms persist for longer time include confusion, weakness, severe tingling or muscle weakness, severe blistering, joint pain, skin rash or itching and unusual bleeding from nose, mouth, vagina or rectum.