|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Capsules||US$ 0.14||US$ 4.1440%US$ 6.91|
|60 Capsules||US$ 0.14||US$ 8.2940%US$ 13.82|
|90 Capsules||US$ 0.14||US$ 12.4340%US$ 20.73|
Cipmox 250 mg tablets treat bacterial infections. It is used for treating different types of bacterial infections such as pneumonia, ear infections, tonsillitis, bronchitis, gonorrhoea, urinary tract infections, and infections of the intestines such as salmonella. The active ingredient of Cipmox is Amoxicillin; it belongs to the penicillin group of medicines. Cipmox destroys the bacteria by preventing them from forming the bacterial protective covering required to survive. Cipmox 250 mg is the first drug of choice to treat bacterial infections in adults.
A patient using Cipmox or Amoxil 250 mg may experience diarrhoea as a side effect; the problem disappears once the course is complete. Inform your healthcare specialist if the condition persists or if you see blood in stools. Discontinue your antibiotic treatment and inform your healthcare provider if you develop breathing difficulties, itchy rash, swelling of the face, tongue, or throat while taking it. The medicine is probably safe to use during pregnancy. However, there is limited evidence to show this. Therefore, it is better to consult a health care specialist.
Cipmox 250 mg can cause side effects. These include allergic reactions, rash, flu-like symptoms, serious liver side effects, a serious skin reaction known as erythema multiforme, and large bowel inflammation. Other severe side effects of the drug include changes in the skin colour, pustules, blistering, itching, pain, redness, scaling, and peeling of the skin. These side effects may often be associated with headaches, fever, and body aches.
Take Cipmox or Amoxil 250 mg, for the duration as advised by your health care provider. Swallow the complete capsule without crushing chewing or breaking it. The capsule may be taken before or after a meal. Consider taking it with food and plenty of water to avoid an upset stomach. Make a habit of taking your antibiotic medication at a fixed time. Finish the prescribed course if your condition improves. Stopping it too early may make the infection return and become harder to treat.