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Amoxil is a brand name of a drug created in 1972 by Beecham company. The patent has already expired so there is plenty of generic offers on the market with the Amoxil’s active ingredient – Amoxicillin.
Amoxil belongs to the penicillin family, and contains beta lactam structure in its molecule that inhibits the cell wall construction with some microorganisms. That makes Amoxil an antibiotic with bacteriostatic effect. Amoxil is effective with H. influenza, N. gonorrhoea, E. Coli, Pneumococci and Streptococci and Staphylococci. Some of those bacteria have learned to fight Amoxil by ruining its beta-lactam structure with enzymes beta-lactamazes. That is why if you start taking Amoxil you should take it for the whole period that the doctor has prescribed you 9Usually a week), and not just till the symptoms are gone, for if you do that there can be some bacteria left and those survivors are able to multiply and even teach others to produce beta lactamaze. Luckily, this effect can be easily dealt with by taking clavulanic acid with Amoxil. There were even attempts to make them into one pill, under the name Amoxiclav.
Although Amoxil has a wide range of action and it is recommended to start with penicillins when treating many infectious diseases, you cannot just take Amoxil blindly without consulting your MD.
Bacterial infections caused by sensitive microflora: infections of the respiratory tract and ENT organs (sinusitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, acute otitis media; bronchitis, pneumonia), the genitourinary system (pyelonephritis, pyelitis, cystitis, urethritis, gonorrhea, endometritis, cervicitis) gastrointestinal tract (peritonitis, enterocolitis, typhoid fever, cholangitis, cholecystitis caused by Helicobacter pylori infections), skin and soft tissue infections (erysipelas, impetigo, secondarily infected dermatoses), leptospirosis, listeriosis, Lyme disease (borreliosis), dysentery, from salmonellosis, meningitis, endocarditis (prevention), sepsis.
However, Amoxil should not be taken just based on the symptoms, as many of those diseases may be caused by various microorganisms that may or may not react to Amoxil.