This question was answered on Wed 26, May 2010 06:50pm by Dr Vinod, MBBS,FcGP

are the antibiotic ampitrexyl dangerous? Are they good for tooth infection?

    
Asked by negra (Male; 37; depression high blood pressure high cholesterol reflux; Relevant drugs:lisinopril crestor paxil zypresa famotidine ) on Tue 25, May 2010 05:39pm

are the antibiotic ampitrexyl dangerous? Are they good for tooth infection?

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Answer by Dr Vinod, MBBS,FcGP   on Wed 26, May 2010 06:50pm:

Hello negra, Ampitrexyl is a registered trademark used for Dietary and Nutritional Supplements and owned by pro-mex distributors, L.L.C. You can go for the following link: http://healthcare.zibb.com/trademark/ampitrexyl/3027931. For tooth infection you can take ciprofloxacin, amoxycillin and cloxacillin combinations, and check if ampitrexyl is an antibiotic? Give me the composition. Discuss with your dentist. Take care!

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