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Rs 495.45


2 tablet(s)/Unit

Pack Size : 3x2's tablet

Rs.495.45 Total

Amoxi-Clav 625mg tablet

Amoxi-Clav 625mg tablet is composed of

Co-amoxiclav (625mg)

Primarily used for

Bacterial infections

Belongs to the category

Broad-Spectrum Penicillin


The patients with hepatic (liver) and renal (kidney) problems, risk of crystalluria (urine crystals), infection of the white blood cells, and risk of generalized exanthematous pustulosis (medicine associated skin reaction) should use this medicine cautiously.  The patients should also stay hydrated.

The precautions are not limited to those mentioned above only. Please consult your doctor for further information.

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usesUses of Amoxi-Clav

This medicine is used to treat bacterial infections of the upper and lower respiratory tract, urinary tract, skin and soft tissue, and ear, nose and throat.

side-effectsSide effects of Amoxi-Clav

The patients administered with this medicine may experience hepatitis (liver infections), skin reactions, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (disorder of the skin and mucous membranes), bleeding time prolongation, dizziness, convulsions, teeth staining with the medicine suspension, injection site reactions (redness, pain, etc.), allergies, blood disorders, central nervous system effects, and medicine associated colitis (intestinal infection).

The side effects are not limited to those mentioned above only. Please consult your doctor for further information.

pillsWhen not to use Amoxi-Clav

The patients with allergy to penicillins and/or Amoxi-Clav and hepatic (liver) dysfunction should avoid use of this medicine.

pills Expert Advice for Amoxi-Clav

  • Please take this medicine with meals preferably to avoid any gastrointestinal disturbances.
  • Extended release tablets must be taken with meals.
  • Please follow the medicine schedule that is prescribed to you.
  • Please complete the full course of the medicine to avoid reinfection.

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  • pregnant


    There is no data regarding risk in pregnant females; however, caution is advised.


  • mother

    Breast Feeding

    The effect of this medicine in nursing females is unknown. Please consult your doctor before use. 

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